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Sprint Reporting Template

Reporting on your team's burndown and velocity

Created by Kristen Kerr

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Sprint Reporting Template

About this template

This template can be used to help the whole team understand what work's been done, relative to what was planned each sprint.

Posted on Sep 22, 2022

Sprint Reporting FAQs

How long should a sprint reporting be?

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You should initially set your sprint reportings for 15 minutes with your team. If you prepare and share an agenda in advance you're likely to get through more faster.

How often should you have sprint reportings?

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Most sprint reportings tend to occur every sprint. As you go through a few iterations of them you may need to increase or decrease the frequency.

How do you structure a sprint reporting?

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You should think about deviding the meeting into 2 sections: Sprint burndown, Velocity. Then adding the following sprint reporting topics, where appropriate:

  • What's the remaining effort?
  • What's the ideal burndown?
  • How many story points are planned?
  • How many story points actually got done?

What should you discuss during a sprint reporting?

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4 great things to discuss in your Sprint Reporting:

  • What's the remaining effort?
  • What's the ideal burndown?
  • How many story points are planned?
  • How many story points actually got done?

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About the Author

Kristen Kerr

Kristen Kerr is a Senior Content Marketer at Zenhub, a productivity and project management tool built for software development teams. Having worked with various tech startups in her career, Kristen is a passionate content marketer with a particular interest in SEO strategizing.