Conducting a sprint leads to an agreed, concrete and verifiable outcome.
A sprint includes all planning, realization and coordination activities over a fixed period of time. They are formally defined in SCRUM as events and include Sprint Planning, Daily SCRUM, Sprint Review and Sprint Retrospective.
The planned outcome of a sprint is documented in the sprint backlog.
At the end of a sprint, there is an increment that has the attribute of an executable product, regardless of whether or not it is delivered to the user as a release.
The sprints are planned as a whole in the release plan.
The project management assigns responsibility for the execution of a sprint to the SCRUM team. The SCRUM team organizes itself and adheres to the defined agreements of the agile working methods documented in the project management plan.
Plan sprint and document in the sprint backlog
Develop increment and conduct Daily SCRUM
Conduct Sprint Review: prepare and give a presentation of the increment and test it according to the test concept
Conduct a Sprint Retrospective and document lessons learned in a minutes