The creation of a user story to demonstrate the product increment developed in the iteration allows the team to allocate dedicated time to get prepared for the demonstration.
Reference: User Stories Applied: For Agile Software Development, Mike Cohn, 2004, User story
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I found a very similar question in the PMI ACP Prepcast simulator.
Here´s the explanation related to this question:
"The Team puts Stories in the Sprint Backlog in order to hold (or contain) a budget for the Story Points that the Team knows it´s going to need to spend on these things. We call these Stories PlaceHolder Stories, as they hold a place in our Sprint Backlog for Stories in a general category that the team doesn´t know the details about yet".
An agile team needs to demonstrate a product increment at the end of every iteration. What should an agile practitioner recommend that the team do to make sure that they have adequate time to get prepared for the demonstration?
A. Create a user story for conducting the demonstration
B. Hire an external expert to handle the demonstration
C. Track the task with a project management plan
D. Delay the demonstration to the next iteration