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One of the indicators of a successful implementation of Scrum is the ability to work in Sprints while producing a real potentially shippable product (PSP). I order to achieve it, you need to have an efficient planning meeting.
The purpose of a planning meeting is to gain understanding what does the team can achieve within a sprint and projects it to the product owner.
Since Scrum does not specify how to do the planning meeting, teams had to find out how to do it. This session, that is going to describe how to do it, is based on hundrands on implementations around the world.
If the planning meeting takes more than one hour
If the team constantly does not meet their commitment
If you are a manager and you are not sure what is your role in a planning meeting
If you are a product owner and you are frustrated from the behavior/result of the team
If you are a manager and you have no idea how to help the team to make sure they commit on the right amount of user stories
If you are a team member and you have no idea why you need to participate in a planning meeting
If you are a team member and you are frustrated from the fact that you are wasting your time in a planning meeting
this session was created especially for you