Best Practices around handling Sprint Review Meeting
Communicate effectively: Team members who are most able to communicate effectively with the team, Product Owner, Scrum Master, and stakeholders should present, so that they can represent the team in front of the customer.
Fluent speaker: Another approach is to record the demonstration before the meeting to allow the developers to create the recording at their own pace in the language of the meeting, or to have a fluent speaker speak over the recorded demonstration.
Scheduling for teams with overlapping work hours: Make sure all team members of the distributed team, regardless of the time zone, can complete their work and prepare for the demo within overlapping work hours.
Scheduling for teams with no overlapping work hours alternate meeting time: The distributed team holds one sprint review meeting during the normal workday for part of the Scrum team and holds the other sprint review meeting during the normal work hours of the other part of the Scrum team.
Keeping track of the stakeholder comments: During the sprint meeting, the distributed team needs to capture these comments so the product owner and the development team can decide which ones they will act on.
Remote demonstrations: Distributed teams should test their tools ahead of time to be sure the distributed meeting will run smoothly, without network poor performance. The team can also consider making the recordings available for download before the demonstration meeting and discussing them through a teleconference.
Services may vary by location: Set up a single machine with a standard configuration that everyone uses during the demonstration meeting. Before the start of the meeting, distributed team members can access the machine (remotely or locally) to bookmark links, set up scripts, and do a quick dry run of their presentation