I am working in a pretty small startup and we've just started doing scrum. The team consists of me as the scrum master (but also a developer), the product owner which is also the owner of the company and 5 other developers.
Today we had our first Review and it felt a bit wrong to me. Because we didn't have any Stakeholders to show the results. There is nobody else interested in the process of the project which I could invite to the review.
So the review was actually a meeting where we were showing the finished backlog items to ourselves. Does that make any sense?
I mean not every developer worked on all stories, so for some of us it was good to see the end result of the other stories.
But the actual goal of the review should be to get impact and ideas from the other stakeholders to improve the backlog, right?
I wouldn't say the meeting was totally useless, but almost. Any suggestions how to handle this and how the review should look like without stakeholders?