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1. What are the Scrum Team member’s deliverables from the Sprint Planning meeting?
Scrum Board, Burn Down Chart, and Story estimates.
Story assignments, Story estimates, and Gantt Chart.
Infrastructure Stories, Sprint Backlog, and Story estimates.
2. What is the focus of each of the two parts in the Sprint Planning meeting?
Part 1 – Organizing and setting the Sprint Backlog; Part 2 – Estimating and defining the tasks for each Story.
Part 1 – Scheduling the Sprint stories within the Sprint, Part 2 – Budgeting the total cost of the Sprint Stories.
Part 1 – Team building and team formation, Part 2 – Creating the project baseline.
3. What does the Scrum Team do with an Epic Story during the Sprint Planning meeting?
Separate the Epic into Chapters and create a Story Card for each Chapter then prioritize and estimate them.
Epic, which stands for Essential, Primary, Imperative or Constraint Stories are planned first. If there are any remaining resources or time in the Sprint, the other Stories are then planned.
Epic Stories are treated like any other Story; they are prioritized and then estimated.
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