In Agile, a sprint is one iteration in the development cycle. After the project requirements have been defined, sprints are planned to tackle different components of the project. Within a sprint, a specific amount of work is planned out, assigned, and put up for review. At the end of a sprint, a retrospective is held to review progress, update or adapt the process, assess performance, and make any necessary improvements or adaptations for the next planned sprint.
To plan your sprints in Wrike’s sprint planning template, start by creating your workflow with custom statuses depending on the steps in your production cycle. Next, create a custom request form to organize incoming work. Then create a dashboard to prioritize and assign incoming work. Lastly, use folders to archive past sprints and generate reports for your retrospectives.