Remove process discussion from Sprint Review
The Scrum Guide contains a long list of topics that should be addressed in the Sprint Review. One of them is: "The Development Team discusses what went well during the Sprint what problems it ran into, and how those problems were solved". This should be done in the Retrospective.
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Patrick Schönfeld commented
I strongly disagree with this proposal.
The sprint review is the only meeting in which the whole scrum team (including the PO) and possibly stakeholders come together for collaboration. Since these are all persons involved in the process somehow, it's not advisable to omit that chance. If there are problems in - say - the interactions with the stakeholders (e.g. stating contradictory requirements) it's sensible to put those problems on the table.
It's not a status meeting and it shouldn't be made one. I think this would severally damage effectiveness of Scrum.
The retrospective is for the development team alone and is a different kind of meeting.