Manage your sprint planning with our template
Sync story points, team members, and sprints into one manageable workspace for workflows that are organized and streamlined.
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Tips for managing your weekly sprints
and sprint backlog with our template
Whether you’re working with an Agile or Scrum framework, create a central place for your scrum team to organize all the activities that lead to a timely and quality result. monday.com’s Sprint Management template is a great place to start. Here are some core functions:
Sprint planning key features
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the three parts of sprint planning?There are 3 general steps involved in planning successful sprints:
- Step One: Designing
- Step Two: Estimate Sprint Speed
- Step Three: Allocate Work for the Sprint
- Who is needed in sprint planning?In Scrum, the product owner, Scrum master, and full Scrum team will attend the sprint planning meeting. On rare occasions, outside stakeholders would be invited.
- When should we do sprint planning?Sprint planning should take place on the first day of a sprint. It’s informed by a sprint review and retro from the previous sprint so the team can apply any considerations.