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Definition of Product Review
A Team session at the end of a Sprint where the Team (along with its Product Ownership and Stakeholders) reviews their Increment in order to get feedback on what to do next, what to do better, and so on.
Throughout the Sprint, but especially during the Product Review, Stake-holders add new Items to the Backlog.
After the Product Review, the Team has an internal Retrospective to analyze its performance and practices.
In practice, Product Review often includes reviews of both the Product and Progress, but this is a mistake – it should focus only on the Product.
The purpose of the Product Review is for the Clients/Users to provide meaningful feedback about the Team's Product Increment.
Cite This Term
"Product Review" ScrumDictionary.com. Accessed Mar 25, 2023. https://scrumdictionary.com/term/product-review/.