Leaning Scrum for the first time can be a bit overwhelming. There are many new terms and concepts in Scrum. The sprint is one of those terms, and you may be wondering:
What is a sprint, and how is it used in Scrum?
The recent increased popularity of design sprints has added confusion about how they are similar or different. I’ll walk through both what a sprint is and why it matters to your team.
Design sprints have become increasingly popular over the years. And rightly so, they’re very effective at focusing a team on solving a problem and quickly iterating to a testable version of their idea.
A design sprint and a scrum sprint share names and some common features, but they are also distinct.
As you can see, they have a lot in common. You can even combine the concepts by using a design sprint approach during a scrum sprint. Next, let’s look at what you would want to use sprints.
Leaning Scrum for the first time can be a bit overwhelming. There are many new terms and concepts in Scrum.
Well we’re here to help.