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Potentially Shippable Product

A Potentially Shippable Product is the sum of the Product Backlog Items delivered each Sprint. Delivering Potentially Shippable Product each Sprint is fundamental to the Scrum because when work is divided into simple pieces it can be finished in a short iterations.

Estimated time for this course: 1 minute
Audience: Beginner
Suggested Prerequisites: Scrum Framework

Upon completion you will:

  • Understand what is a Potentially Shippable Product increment
  • Know why you deliver Potentially Shippable Product every Sprint
  • Qualify for Scrum Alliance SEUs and PMI PDUs. See FAQ for details
Potentially Shippable Product Overview:

By accelerating the creative process and putting a functioning product in the hands of the user, the Team can gather feedback more quickly than it otherwise would have. To achieve this feedback loop on a Sprint-by-Sprint basis, Scrum Teams deliver Potentially Shippable Product at each Sprint Review.

The keys to creating working product at the end of each Sprint are:

    • A cross-functional Team with all the skills necessary to complete the Sprint Backlog.
    • Quality User Stories with explicit definitions of Ready and Done.
    • A Product Owner with the ability to prioritize backlog into vertical slices of functionality.

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