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1. Who is the primary reviewer at a Sprint Demonstration?
The Product Owner.
Senior management and/or the business team.
2. If a Story is determined to be only partially complete at a Sprint Demo, and the Product Owner determines that it must be fully completed; what should normally be done?
The Story is rejected from this Sprint and must be redone as the highest priority in the next Sprint.
A new Story Card is written for a future Sprint. This Story is to do just the incomplete portion of the original Story.
The Scrum Team continues the Sprint until the Story is complete.
3. What is the correct response if during a Sprint Demo, a key stakeholder insists that the result of a Story is unacceptable even though that result meets the Demo Criteria?
The current Story is considered done. The Product Owner should create a new Story Card that reflects the stakeholder’s new Demo Criteria and that story should be added to Product Backlog and addressed in a future Sprint.
The current story is considered incomplete and it is carried over to the next Sprint as the highest priority Story. The Demo Criteria is revised to the current stakeholder requirements.
The current Story is considered done. The stakeholder must submit a formal change request to the Scrum Master for review and approval. If approved, the Story will be reopened with the new Demo Criteria.
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