A sprint is a time boxed iteration within which a team does its work. This can be one week, two weeks, or even just a few days. This is template will help teams establish a sprint goal and use that as the basis by which they determine which experiment backlog items they work on during that sprint.
Sprint planning typically involves the entire team.
That timeboxed sprint revolves around a shared team goal. This goal should be something that requires the team to work together to achieve, and shouldn’t fall solely on the shoulders of one team member to accomplish. This meeting should be split into 2 parts: setting the goal and the work that will satisfy the goal. When we are setting the sprint goal, we need to make sure it ties to whatever project management and roadmapping work we’ve already done. Setting the sprint goal is a good time to reflect on what you hope to accomplish in the next several months. Once you have the goal set, it’s time to figure out what you will need to do to satisfy the goal. This doesn’t mean which sub-projects or milestones should you bring in, this means breaking out your calendar and looking at how many hours you have in the week to do things like: pair with teammates on tasks that require more than one person, carve out uninterrupted time to get tasks done that require deep focus, and this part of the meeting is all about coordinating.