I have observed and participated in a great number of sprint reviews. I’ve seen some quirky things from the Scrum teams as they attempt to demonstrate the working software and artifacts they have produced in the sprint. Most of them squirm and struggle in the art of telling a story. It’s hard to break the habit of thinking only of the technology and step into the world of the person who will live with the system we build. This blog post is about how much more compelling a sprint review would be with a little storytelling.