Sprint Review Meeting
On the last day of the sprint, your team meets with your product owner, customers, and stakeholders to accept completed work and to identify new requirements. During the course of the sprint, your team may have already gathered and incorporated feedback. Your team should also have already performed the acceptance tests for each user story that it completed. In this meeting, your team demonstrates each user story that it completed in the sprint. Your product owner, customers, and stakeholders accept the user stories that meet their expectations. In many cases, your customers will understand their additional needs more fully after seeing the demonstrations and will identify and discuss the changes that they want to see.
Based on this meeting, some user stories will be accepted as complete. Incomplete user stories will remain in the product backlog, and new user stories will be added to the product backlog. Both sets of stories will be ranked and either estimated or re-estimated in the next sprint planning meeting.
After this meeting and the retrospective meeting, your team will plan the next sprint. Because business needs change quickly, you can take advantage of this meeting with your product owner, customers, and stakeholders to review the priorities of the product backlog again.