Executive Review

[ig-zek-yuh-tiv ri-vyoo]

Definition of Executive Review

A Review for the business to discuss project, process, or people issues. This is not a part of Scrum, but is often necessary for legitimate business reasons.

Examples

You may want to discuss the Team’s Velocity for the Sprint with the Stakeholders, and what it means for the assumed Capacity and the Release Strategy. This should be done in an Executive Review, but it is sometimes appended to the Product Review. Make sure it is an add-on discussion, not a major topic.
The Business Owner and key Stakeholders had an Executive Review to discuss the progress of the Team.

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