Facilitator Guide For Sprint Planning (Sample)

Sprint Planning initiates the Sprint by laying out the work to be performed for the Sprint. This resulting plan is created by the collaborative work of the entire Scrum Team.
The Product Owner ensures that attendees are prepared to discuss the most important Product Backlog items and how they map to the Product Goal. The Scrum Team may also invite other people to attend Sprint Planning to provide advice.

Source: https://scrumguides.org/scrum-guide.html#sprint-planning

Here is the summary of the things you can get from the attached document
1. Purpose – Objective: Would explain the purpose of sprint planning
2. Product – Output: This section explains the output from the sprint planning meeting.
3. Participants – Attendees: The scrum planning meeting should be attended by the Product Owner, the Scrum Master, and the entire Scrum team. Scrum Team can invite some specialists if their inputs are needed. 
4. Process- Agenda: The sprint planning meeting for our two-week sprint is timeboxed to four hours. The sprint planning meeting will end once the goal has been achieved, or the time box has been reached.
5. Place – Venue
6. Practical Tools – Preparation
7. Probable Risks

For more information about sprint planning, you can also visit the video at  https://youtu.be/lvcNbko_AmY

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