The Product Backlog Explained
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The Product Backlog is the single source of truth for work that is needed to achieve the product goal.
- Oct 23, 2020
Q of the Week: What does it mean for the Scrum Team to be Self-Organizing?
In general, it means that the teams are expected to coordinate and make decisions around the work
- Oct 9, 2020
Q of the Week: How often should the Scrum of Scrums Team meet?
In Scrum@Scale, the Scrum of Scrums is a team that meets daily during the Scaled Daily Scrum event.
- Oct 2, 2020
Q of the Week: In large scale estimation, who should estimate the product backlog items?
Estimates should always be done by the people who will be doing the work.
- Sep 21, 2020
3+5+3 = Scrum. The only Formula you will Need in Scrum.
That means employing the only formula you will need in Scrum (3+5+3) i.e. 3 roles, 5 events, and 3 artifacts.
- Sep 18, 2020
Question of the Week: Who is responsible for maintaining the Sprint Backlog?
The Sprint Backlog belongs solely to the Development Team.
- Sep 14, 2020
Infographic: Product Backlog
The Product Backlog is a living artifact. It is never complete. It is the single source of truth for the work needed for the products....
- Sep 11, 2020
Q of the Week: Is there value in incremental delivery even if it doesn’t get released right away?
Yes! People need to see and experience a product to confirm their vision. Having a completed increment allows everyone, including the...
- Sep 8, 2020
Clear Communication Techniques for Distributed Agile Teams
Trigger writing terms can create unnecessary conflict for distributed Agile teams
- Aug 31, 2020
How to Manage Burn-Out With Agile
Agile can help prevent situations where burn-out can become prevalent and you might already be “managing” burn-out.
- Aug 28, 2020
Question of the Week - What are must-haves for a “ready” product backlog item??
You need these 5 elements in order to label your Product Backlog Item "ready".
- Aug 24, 2020
How Sharing Video Can Help Your Distributed Agile Team
Turning on your video camera can improve other factors that are critical to a successful distributed Agile implementation.
- Aug 17, 2020
Successful Patterns for Scaling Scrum
Here are 12 successful practices to consider as you continue to scale Agile throughout your organization