Iterations are time-boxed periods during which the team is focused on producing a demonstrable product, some amount of functionality that is ready to be shown to the customer and potentially ready to be delivered. Usually, iterations are 2-4 weeks long. In Scrum, an iteration is called a “sprint.”

In Lean-Agile, teams develop iteratively and release incrementally.

Resources related to iterations

Carry-Over Work (Article)
Daily Standups (Article)
How Can We Deliver the Most Value from Available Resources? (Blog Entry)
How Small Are Our Stories? (Article)
Iteration 0 - Conduct (Article)
Iteration 0 - Facilitate (Article)
Iteration Planning Meeting (Article)
Iteration Planning Meeting - Facilitate (Article)
Iteration Retrospective - Conduct (Article)
Iteration Retrospective - Facilitate (Article)
Product Demonstration and Review - Facilitate (Article)
Writing Tasks (Article)