"From Moscow to Cannes" or more about non-traditional ways to Backlog prioritization by Timofey Yevgrashyn
"From Moscow to Cannes" or more about non-traditional ways to Backlog prioritization
Product Owners are expected to prioritize the Product Backlog to achieve the most of value. How do they do this? Frankly speaking, most of them do this a bit spontaneously disregard the size of the company ;-)
There are many advanced ways to make priorities. Some of them come from traditional management such as MoSCoW and some of them are rarely known such as Kano-analysis.
In this session I'll explain what is the problem with prioritization and show practices to advance your approaches. Also, we will discuss the topic of prioritizing non-functional or not visible Product Backlog Items - this is always the challenge for the Team to convince Product Owner to prioritize.
Learning and outcomes:
This session is for everyone working in Scrum or any other Agile way. Also interesting for people managing projects from one to several Scrum teams.
|Constraints and Class Arrangement||
No constraints. Room has to be big enough to fit all interested and have enough air
|Last Updated||04 Sep 11:19|