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The video discusses whether shorter sprints can help a scrum team learn faster. Ryan and Todd explain that sprint length is a planning horizon and there is no right or wrong sprint length. The length of the sprint should be decided by the team and organization, based on factors such as how long they can go without feedback from customers and the stability of the product backlog. Starting with shorter sprints can help identify pain points in the process and facilitate learning. The ideal sprint length can be determined after a few sprints. Todd suggests starting with one week sprints if an increment can be delivered in that time frame.
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