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By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing the Sprint Backlog's true nature, teams can enhance responsiveness and work cohesively towards their goal. The Sprint Backlog is a powerful guide that, when used correctly, ensures that the team remains focused, adaptable, and aligned with the overal...
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Understanding the true nature of the Product Backlog is essential for the success of Scrum and the delivery of value to stakeholders. By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing this knowledge, teams can enhance their responsiveness, prioritize effectively, and deliver maximum value to their c...
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While there are various ways to write or format items on the Product Backlog, one of the most popular and effective methods is writing them in the user story format. This practice, though beneficial, is not mandatory. Scrum teams may choose to adopt the user story format when it suits their needs an...
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to your Sprint Backlog? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (73)
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This webinar with PST Lavaneesh Gautam covers how Impact Mapping can help you optimize Product Backlog Management.
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I really can’t let this incremental delivery topic go. According to the 2020 Scrum Guide, “Scrum employs an iterative, incremental approach to optimize predictability and to control risk.” This means that Scrum Teams deliver a done, usable increment of working product frequently. This approach ha...
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to your Product Backlog? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (71)
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In this video, PSTs Greg Crown, Robert Pieper, and Jason Malmstadt break down the three Scrum artifacts: the Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Increment. They provide clear explanations and practical tips to ensure you're using these artifacts effectively to deliver valuable Product Increments ev...
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What is the difference between validation and verification?
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In this blog post PST Mary Iqbal discusses the question - Who Writes Product Backlog items Scrum?
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Product Owners: feeling overwhelmed by your Product Backlog? You're not alone! In this video, PSTs Robert Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt address the typical challenges you face and provide you with effective strategies for managing your product backlogs.
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We cover the perils of a lack of transparency, limited to non-existing leadership support, and why penny-pinching is the wrong approach.
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The Product Owner is accountable for maximising the value by communicating the vision, Product Goals, and creating the right level of transparency of the Product Backlog to satisfy customer needs.
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In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann 4 kritische Fehler in Sprint Backlogs. Wenn du sie vermeidest, verbesserst du die Effektivität deines Scrum Teams.
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In this video, Martin Hinwood dives into the intricacies of backlog management within Agile frameworks. He sheds light on the often overlooked hindrances that traditional hierarchical approaches pose to effective backlog management and proposes a more flexible, value-focused strategy. Martin's insig...
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Tackling Fake Agility with Johanna Rothman at the 59th Hands-on Agile Meetup
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Want to learn how to write effective user stories? Look no further! In this video, we'll discuss tips for writing user stories and provide real examples to help you understand how to create user stories that deliver value to your product or service. Whether you're a product manager, designer, or dev...
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In this Scrum Pulse, Professional Scrum Trainer Samuel Adesoga explores how to embrace empiricism in Portfolio Management.
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Sprint Backlog? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (62)
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El Product Backlog es una artefacto que promueve el foco en Scrum. Sin embargo, la gestión de dependencias puede ser un problema. En este artículo del PST Jerónimo Palacios, debate como asignar valor y gestionarlas.
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Product Backlog? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (61)
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Instead of asking, “What is everything we need?” the Product Owner should ask a different question.
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Ever felt the dreaded Sprint hangover? You're not alone! In this video, PSTs Greg Crown, Robb Pieper, and Jason Malmstadt focus on the challenges of Sprint carryover, offering practical advice for effective planning, improving team performance, and avoiding common carryover problems.
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Product Backlog refinement ensures that the team's efforts are coordinated and meaningful, leading them towards a valuable increment.
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Enabling constraints are an often misunderstood but powerful tool when coping with complexity.
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Today I got a call from a customer who is trying to understand what's going on in their teams and is getting lost among the many different Features and Product Backlog Items on their boards.
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Estimation is a complementary practice Scrum Teams use in Product Development. The purpose of estimation is to provide a rough idea of how much effort, time, and budget are needed to complete specific features or PBI- Product Backlog Item of the product.
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In this Scrum Tapas video featuring Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf, he discusses the intersection of project management, Lean principles, and Agile practices. (3:00 Minutes)
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Oversized Product Backlog items delay value delivery and increase risk.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, she talks about experimentation in lean product development, what to avoid when it comes to experimenting and what makes a good experiment. (5:51 Minutes)
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In this video, PST Joanna Plaskonka explains the agile principle of simplicity. She revisits its meaning and how she relates it to work, and also what it teaches us when it comes to investing your effort to deliver greater value. (3:00 Minutes)
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Mastering the art of breaking down large Product Backlog items (PBIs) into smaller, manageable units is a crucial competency for every Product Owner. In this article, we delve into several effective strategies for slicing PBIs, complete with illustrative examples to guide you through the process.
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of being effective. How can your Sprint Backlog support this? Check it out!
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A short introduction about how you can make working with value more practical as a Product Owner.
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Product Backlog support this? Check it out!
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In the world of lean product development and Product Ownership, it is important to have a Product Backlog to be minimal, but sufficient. In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Martin Hinshelwood discusses the concept of a Product Backlog being a lean inventory and how a minimal backlog creates focus and gen...
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Transparency is one of the most important concepts in Scrum. It enables Empiricism. In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Martin Hinshelwood talks about the importance of maintaining transparency on Scrum Teams and on the Product Backlog in particular, and how Product Backlog refinement contributes. (3:46 ...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham, draws a comparison between a river and having too much Work in Progress and draws in some concepts from Lean Product Development. He also explores common pitfalls that can get in the way of getting work done. (3:18 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham discusses how vertical slicing of Product Backlog Items and being in line with the Sprint Goal is beneficial to Scrum Teams. (2:42 Minutes)
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Learn about cycle time and right-sizing Product Backlog items from Professional Scrum Trainers Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley.
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by Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham - Whatever your role in product management or agile development may be, this guide will help you deliver products that offer more value, more rapidly, and more often.
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Professional Scrum Trainers Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller explore how dependencies can impact the ordering of Product Backlog Items on today's episode of Your Daily Scrum.
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Create focus for your team and get more done by breaking down work. In this episode, Jeff and Mike explore the transformative impact of aligning teams to a Product Vision and creating incremental goals that bring your product toward that vision.
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Product Backlog refinement is a very important practice for Product Backlog Management. Often times, Ordering and Prioritization often get confused. In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf shares how these practices should be used. (4:17 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl walks through the Kano Model and how it helps you focus on value and customer delight when it comes to lean product development. (5:20 Minutes)
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Forecasting is often overlooked in Product Backlog refinement. In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf explains the Cone of Uncertainty as a forecasting technique. (6:24 Minutes)
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Creating Goals can be challenging. In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf shares what to consider when creating effective goals in Scrum. (14:21 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Joanna Plaskonka talks about the purpose of Product Backlog refinement and who should be involved from the Scrum Team. (4:20 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Joanna Plaskonka, explains the concept of ready in Scrum and some common myths and pitfalls around this topic. (3:58 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Joanna Plaskonka shares some good and bad examples for Product Backlog refinement (5:54 Minutes).
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