Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained


In the context of product management, a sprint refers to a time-bound period during which a team works on a set of defined tasks or features. Typically, sprints last for a duration of two to four weeks. During a sprint, the team collaborates closely to complete the tasks, ensuring they align with the overall product vision and goals. Sprints encourage a focused and efficient working style, enabling teams to deliver incremental value and iterate on their product quickly. It's like a marathon runner breaking their race into shorter, manageable segments and setting clear goals for each segment. 🏃‍♂️💨

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