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Know all about Product Backlog under 5 minutes
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[Scrum 101]  The  Product Backlog
http://scrum101.com The Product backlog is a list of everything the Product Owner wishes to see in the final product. It's ordered in a single rank order, often from highest priority to the lowest priority.
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What is a PBI | Dee Rhoda | Product Backlog Item
Visit http://www.collaborativeleadershipteam.com to learn more Dee Rhoda answers the question: What is a PBI? (Product Backlog Item) In this video (https://youtu.be/pS7KQbUWp_k) Dee Rhoda answers the question: What is a PBI (Product Backlog Item)? in regard to Scrum and Agile. [Rough Transcript] Dee: Hi there! Dee Rhoda here from Collaborative Leadership Team. I would like to check in with you on the question of, what is a product backlog item? Or, as I like to call it the PBI. This is not to be confused with the PBL. We all know that the PBL is the Peanut Butter and Liverwurst sandwich we all enjoy for lunch! No, really – the PBL is the Product backlog and that is where you find the ordered list of Product Backlog Items or PBIs. PBIs are simply work that needs to be completed for a product or service in order to provide business value. For example, specifications, requirements, enhancements, fixes, and user stories are all considered Product Backlog Items. Who can create a PBI? Anyone! A Product Owner, Team member, business partner, or stakeholder can add items to the backlog at any time. For example; the Team may add additional work that they discover during planning or sprinting. The customer may add requests for enhancements. The end user may see a need for a bug fix. The Product Owner can add their work too – they might add work for getting communication or training material created. The key is to have good PBIs AND to make sure that the Product Owner is aware of them. Why? Because the Product Owner owns the backlog and they are ultimately responsible for the success of the product or service. What makes a good PBI? Well, here I refer to Bill Wake’s INVEST concept as a starting point. A good PBI should be: Independent Negotiable Valuable Estimable Small and Testable Although the INVEST concept is a good one, don’t forget that the most important action that comes from a PBI is the CONVERSATION it generates between the business and the development team. That’s agile principle #4: Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project. Ultimately - What is a Product Backlog item?, it’s a reminder to have a conversation about what to work on, in what order, to deliver the most value to our end users and customers. To learn more about this topic and others, please visit our web site: http://www.collaborativeleadershipteam.com [End Rough Transcript] Please watch our other videos in this series on doing work differently with Scrum and agile: First Attempt in Learning | F.A.I.L. | Christian Antoine https://youtu.be/r_vWncgZ3xo Definition of Done | Scrum and Agile | Dean Gabbert https://youtu.be/ABsYE8rn9dg What is a PBI | Dee Rhoda https://youtu.be/pS7KQbUWp_k Scrum Master as Active Facilitator | Angela Johnson https://youtu.be/xawfLrOjjnU "My team…” vs “The team " Role of Scrum Master | Dean Gabbert https://youtu.be/6dPHUe9N65A High Risk, High Reward:Fail Fast, Learn Fast | Christian Antoine https://youtu.be/MkwhukCuYoQ The Power of the Retro | Dean Gabbert https://youtu.be/CiL40HrgiR8 Role of Product Owner The Lunch Test | Dean Gabbert https://youtu.be/oYThNvBp0bo Scrum and Golf | Dee Rhoda https://youtu.be/xyQDBcZsgSo Scrum Master The People Chip | Angela Johnson https://youtu.be/DWpcbz1lDY4 Scrum Master Effectiveness Survey | Dean Gabbert https://youtu.be/89jwzKWXKY8 Sprint Zero | Angela Johnson https://youtu.be/c-2QX_5_8rM Don't Wait Just Start | Dean Gabbert https://youtu.be/9doaZ4108pI Perfection vs Consistency | Agile Planning | Christian Antoine https://youtu.be/k_8rJpdF3NU Five Words to Help Leadership and Teams work Together https://youtu.be/QIttXdOvYuM Scrum Framework: Let it Work for You https://youtu.be/LHEfY51-byU Where's the Project Manager in Scrum? with Angela Johnson and Dee Rhoda https://youtu.be/EcfaMBYmni4 Product Backlog Refinement PBR | Christian Antoine, Dee Rhoda | Scrum and Agile https://youtu.be/o5nuz0BCLek T Shaped Skills - Dee Rhoda and Christian Antoine https://youtu.be/hvmcc1mjw3k Sprint Review | Christian Dee | Scrum and Agile https://youtu.be/AbiOgX9BtIY Daily Scrum | Christian, Dee, Angela, Dean | Scrum and Agile https://youtu.be/KxPnnSMO1KY VIDEO BY: Rosa Media Productions http://rosamediaproductions.com/ Produced by: Cliff Rosa Edited by: Carlo Balinget VL3v5 Dee Rhoda takes on the question: What is a PBI (Product Backlog Items)? for practitioners of Scrum and Agile
The INVEST approach to product backlog items
I.N.V.E.S.T. is a great starting point for your team’s Definition of Ready. In this brief video, you’ll learn what the mnemonic means and gain insight into a frequently required but often overlooked addition. Video by Agile Coach Chris Gagné: https://chrisgagne.com/ Learn to code for free and get a developer job: https://www.freecodecamp.com Read hundreds of articles on programming: https://medium.freecodecamp.com And subscribe for new videos on technology every day: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=freecodecamp
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Prioritize Product Backlogs in Three Easy Steps
This video teaches how to Prioritize Product Backlogs. Prioritizing product backlogs in a logical and methodical manner is a critical skills for Product Owners and Product Managers because it is critical that you focus your engineering team on deliver valuable new features for your product in a rapid manner. Whether you are doing Agile and use sprint product backlogs to create your plan or you are doing waterfall/phase-gate and writing market requirements, the technique covered in this video will give you a logical, quick and simple way to do so. Here are the three steps for prioritizing product backlogs: - Create a four quadrant prioritization matrix and label the axes from low to high - Put each feature/product backlog entry into the appropriate quadrant - Choose items based on the following criteria: o The quadrant that is low cost to develop and high value has the backlog items that go first o Then comes the quadrant with high cost, high value o Then take features from the low cost, low value quadrant (if needed for competitive parity or other reasons) o And last but not least, if there are any features in the high cost and low value quadrant forget about them For more information or how to prioritize Product Backlogs check out the following links: Optimal Product Management and Product Marketing Training Course http://280.gr/2ztJgIS Agile Excellence for Product Managers and Product Owners Training Course and Certification http://280.gr/2zsMegz Resources to download that include this technique to prioritize: - 280 group Product Management resource library, including the four quadrant prioritization matrix used in the video http://280.gr/2hSR5Ae - Feature Prioritization Toolkit, which includes additional techniques for prioritizing product backlogs and feature requests. http://280.gr/2hl8d4C
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Scrum Repair Guide: Grooming the Product Backlog - Mike Cohn
An excerpt from the "Scrum Repair Guide" by Mike Cohn: https://www.frontrowagile.com/courses/scrum-repair-guide ... This chapter of Mike Cohn's eLearning video training course, "Scrum Repair Guide," discusses how to understand problems with the product backlog, from how detailed items should be to what types of items belong on a backlog and to what backlog grooming is and when to do it. Earn four PDUs, SEUs and a certificate of completion after successfully completing the full course. Course may be downloaded or streamed at FrontRowAgile.com
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Scrum Myths 13 - Technical Items in the Product Backlog by Mishkin Berteig Scrum Expert
The product backlog is for business problems, user needs and wants, features and functionality. The product backlog should not contain technical items. Instead, the Scrum Team takes care of technical issues, problems, solutions and techniques. This is fundamental to the division of responsibilities in Scrum.
Conversation Count: Improving Your Product Backlog Items
Ever feel like your Scrum team's product backlog is a bit of a mess? Maybe there are some unclean cards - or projects that need to be broken down a little further? We can help you with that. In this video, Certified Scrum Trainer, Chris Li, walks you through simple, effective method for getting your backlog back in shape.
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How to prioritise your product backlog in Agile using WSJF method
This short video you will teach you on how to prioritise your product backlog using Weighted Shortest Job First method If you like it, do not forget to Share, Like & Subscribe to my channel Twitter: @_KrishnaR_ Blogger: goo.gl/fyRYgn
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Backlog Refinement Meeting - CollabNet Scrum Training Part 2
This module covers the hidden fifth meeting that's essential to success at Scrum and other Agile approaches. Subtopics include how to recognize well-formed Product Backlog Items (PBIs), a team effort estimation game, decomposition of large PBIs (e.g. "epics") into smaller ones (e.g. "user stories"), acceptance criteria, definition of done, Product Backlog prioritization, and team self organization. This is an interactive, scenario based module. The learner observes a simulated team and is prompted to help them as they face various challenges. See the entire series! http://www.collab.net/ScrumTrainingSeries INVEST by Bill Wake http://xp123.com/articles/invest-in-good-stories-and-smart-tasks/ Definition of Done http://blogs.collab.net/agile/2008/10/14/suggested-topics-for-definition-of-d... Agile Manifesto http://AgileManifesto.org For the full quality, interactive version of this video, see: http://www.collab.net/ScrumTrainingSeries Find a Scrum class in your city: http://www.collab.net/services/training/agile Scrum Reference Card: http://www.collab.net/sites/default/files/uploads/CollabNet_scrumreferencecard.pdf Example ScrumMaster's Checklist: http://www.collab.net/sites/default/files/uploads/ScrumMaster_Checklist.pdf
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Prioritize Your User Stories, Features, Non-functional Requirements or Other Backlog Items
Watch the full-length video for FREE at http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/requirements-prioritization-two-simple-techniques/ In this KnowledgeKnugget™ (KK) you will learn two techniques to prioritize your user stories or IT requirements. To view more IT requirements training, visit the Business Analysis Learning Store at http://businessanalysisexperts.com/business-analysis-training-store/. Prioritizing User Stories, or User Requirements Is Essential to Focusing Your Limited Resources on the Most Important Items First. This KnowledgeKnugget™ answers questions like: 1. How can you prioritize requirements based on business needs? 2. How can you apply the MoSCoW prioritization technique?
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Backlog Prioritization for Agile Software Development
Backlog Prioritization for Agile Software Development its Benefits, Techniques and example. Visit the link for details on backlog prioritization, with many graphical representation https://agiledigest.com/agile-digest-tutorial/backlog-prioritization,
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Product Backlog Explained!
Product Backlog in Scrum is one of the three Artifacts. In this video, we will be telling you- What is Product Backlog? How does it work? How to create Product Backlog? Who creates Product Backlog? How is Product Backlog useful? What are Scrum Artifacts? Watch the video for a full explanation of Product Backlog. Visit our website for more than 200 professional courses- https://www.knowledgehut.com/ Our CSM Course- https://www.knowledgehut.com/agile-management/csm-certification-training Our CSPO course- https://www.knowledgehut.com/agile-management/cspo-certification-training
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DEEP Product Backlogs for Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Continuous Delivery
As a Product Owner I want an efficient backlog methodology So that I can more effectively work the backlog and present the backlog to the team Product Owner Primary audience, but this is the written interface between the vision and the production so it’s good for everyone in the team to understand this take on backlogs. Essential enterprise addition to others such as face to face ceremonies Opportunities: People able to focus on the right amount of work at the right time Product and team able to incept and start faster Product able to get to MVP quicker Product able and if pivot and change direction Less stress, more productive team working with human characteristics and biases DEEP backlogs and the Backlog as an Iceberg Detailed appropriately – definition of done, user stories, gherkins - appropriately just-in-time Estimated – t-shirt sized or triaged against each other Emergent – slap a one-liner on it, throwaway, PO idea Prioritized – fluid over structure, rigidity. So that's DEEP, and I really like marrying it with this Product Iceberg analogy as that really helps with Definition of Ready, and reinforces each of the Detailed, Estimated, Emergent, and Prioritised angles. Icebergs are good for transformation: Waterfall design documents with Fixed Long list of use cases that have been exhaustively thought about and scheduled. Excessive rigidity Sprint forecasting and forward allocation of stories to sprints – in sprint 11,12&13 we will add the reporting charts. Which to me is a long way from marking up stories into an overall MVP or Release. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Availability_heuristic Heuristics & Biases of the human mind, working with them not against the grain. Availability bias, your brain finds it easier to recall what it's more recently experienced/discussed. Daniel Kahnmann – K-game OK crux of the keep it simple Backlog -
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Woher kommt das erste Product Backlog? I
Woher kommt eigentlich das Product Backlog? “Na vom Product Owner”, sagen dann viele. Meine Erfahrung ist, dass dieser Ansatz nicht sehr gut funktioniert. Es gibt eine sehr viel geschicktere Lösung, um das erste Product Backlog aufzustellen. Wie das geht, zeige ich euch in diesem kleinen Video.
Saket's Talk on Detailing of Product Backlog Items
On 23th July 2016 we conducted an agile awareness session in Gurgaon, this was a one-day long session for professionals who are new to agile. This video was made from the live classroom interactions and it covers interesting questions around detailing of Product Backlog items. To know more about our upcoming workshops on agile please visit www.izenbridge.com
The Importance of Product Backlog Transparency
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Rich Visotcky describes the Product Backlog and the need to ensure that it is transparent to the entire Scrum Team. Rich talks about why everyone on the Scrum Team needs to understand what it is comprised of, the order or priority of Product Backlog Items and how they fit into the product vision.
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Scrum - First Sprint Backlog
We will define the first sprint backlog by taking items from the product backlog.
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Scrum Myths 07 - Developers Determine Order of Product Backlog Items by Mishkin Berteig Scrum Expert
The technical members of a Scrum Team are responsible for implementing Product Backlog Items every Sprint... shouldn't they decide what the best order of implementation is? In Scrum, this is not the job of the team... it's the job of the Product Owner. Find out why this is critical for the success of Scrum!
Who Moves Items from the Product Backlog to the Release Backlog?
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Scrum Product Backlog
Scrum Product Backlog watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Mr. Aditya Kulkarni, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Agile - Product Backlog
Agile - Product Backlog Watch More Videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Mr. Mahesh Kumar, Tutorials Point India Private Limited.
Scrum - First Backlog items - User stories
We will add some initial user stories to the backlog. This is just a small amount of the stories, you should try to find more so you have a idea of what features are in the tool before you start developing it.
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Backlog Refinement and the Product Backlog Iceberg
The process of getting "stories" or Product Backlog items ready for the next sprint is called Backlog Refinement. The Product Backlog Iceberg is a widely used metaphor to explain the process. Peter Stevens explains his take on the process, including an explanation of the mysterious terms, TFB and NFC!
Views: 551 Peter Stevens
Create Product Backlog In TFS VSO
How to create a project and product backlog in Team Foundation Server - Visual Studio Online Other links that provide background to this video: Create a Product Backlog : http://webgate.ltd.uk/create-a-product-backlog/ Create a VSO account in three mins or less : https://www.youtube.com?v=LCXK0v6c998
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Groom Your Backlog Like a Boss - Atlassian Summit U.S. 2017
(Re-upload with fixed audio) Ever manage a backlog with more than 200 tasks that include feature requests, bugs, technical debts, external requirements, etc? Yeah, we do too! So, which one would you pick first? Who should pick? How do you decide on which task gets prioritized over other items in your backlog? Whether you are a Product Manager, a Development Manager or a Team Lead, if you manage backlogs day-to-day, this talk's for you. Carlos Khatchikian, Jira Mobile Team Lead, will share tips and tricks on how to keep your backlog sane. Using Jira Software backlog functionality and techniques such as relative sizing and sprints for categorization, you'll be able to keep your backlog as healthy as a stylish neat beard.
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Overview of Simple Product Backlog - An Excel Add-in to manage SCRUM Product Backlogs
Simple Product Backlog is an Excel Add-in and a template for SCRUM Teams to manage their Product Backlogs in an easy and affordable way. Visit www.simpleproductbacklog.com for more information
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Scrum Artifact | Product Backlog
In this video Saket explained the importance and characteristics of Product Backlog.
Creating Sprint Backlog Tasks - Ilan Goldstein
An excerpt from: "Applied Scrum Activities: Scrum Shortcuts" https://www.frontrowagile.com/courses/scrum-shortcuts-agile-tactics-tools-and-tips This chapter in Ilan Goldstein's eLearning video training course "Applied Scrum Activities: Scrum Shortcuts," talks about creating sprint backlog tasks. Earn 3 Category B PDUs, and 3 Category E SEUs -- plus a certificate of completion after successfully completing the full course. Course may be downloaded or streamed at FrontRowAgile.com
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Product Backlog Structure
This video addresses how you should structure the product backlog for Agile Software Development. I've seen confusion on issues related to deployment, release, features, etc. so my take on these issues is included.
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Product Backlog Item 7362 Add an Option group to Project chart
This video shows the new option group that was added to the Project chart on the 'Projects' page
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#3 JIRA Tutorial for beginner-jira scrum tutorial | SCRUM Project Part 1
Jira tutorial for beginners. Topics covered in the Session are Deleting a Jira Project, jira scrum tutorial, Creating a scrum project in jira, Creating a User Story and Epic, Creating a Backlog in jira, Creating a sprint in jira, starting a sprint in jira. To Learn or Teach Linux visit www.theskillpedia.com, A Marketplace for Learners and Trainers. To know about me visit my profile at www.rnsangwan.com. I deliver online training on Business Analysis, Linux, Unix, MySQL, Sybase, SQL Server, Perl, Python, R Data Analysis, Scala etc. The Complete JIRA Training Course is Available at http://www.theskillpedia.com/ For the Course Contents Visit http://www.theskillpedia.com/jira-training/
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The Sprint Backlog Defined
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini takes viewers through the Sprint Backlog using text from the Scrum Guide to drive the conversation. Dominik mixes stories and examples throughout the discussion.
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Saket's talk on Product Backlog and Product Owner
On 23th July 2016 we conducted an agile awareness session in Gurgaon, this was a one-day long session for professionals who are new to agile. This video was made from the live classroom interactions. To know more about our upcoming workshops on agile please visit www.izenbridge.com
Getting your development projects in order with the tooling for Agile teams in VSTS
In this video we'll show you how Agile tools in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) can make planning your next project easier then ever. We'll go over features such as backlog management (Tasks, bugs, features, etc.), Kanban boards, powerful queries using our query language and delivery plans. For more details see our documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vsts/?view=vsts#pivot=services&panel=agile Speaker: Donovan Brown
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Frederico Figueiredo - Building a Product Backlog from Scratch
I recently joined an established company with an existing product, customers, team members, and a well-defined growth plan to deliver a large-scale version of the product in 5 months. Although there was a clear vision on what to build, the actual knowledge was spread across different documents, excel files, notes, and team members. There was no common understanding. In other words, no product backlog to guide the team to a successful delivery. In this talk we will overview techniques that you can adapt to your own needs to populate, estimate and prioritize a backlog for a large-scale product. We will not focus on the theory behind creating backlogs. Instead, we will take a close look into a real-case scenario where known and existing methods were adapted and integrated to build a backlog in less than a week. Autor: Frederico Figueiredo
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Visual Studio Online - Sprint Planning: Backlog, Board, Capacity
Use Visual Studio Online to plan your iterations and break down the tasks that are required to complete your user stories. Specify your team capacity and use the tool to determine the amount of work that can be brought in to every sprint.
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Scrum vs Kanban - What's the Difference? + FREE CHEAT SHEET
Scrum and Kanban have much in common - and some striking differences. Watch the video... and grab your FREE CHEAT SHEET. Download your FREE CHEAT SHEET: http://bit.ly/scrum-vs-kanban-cheatsheet If you've been wondering about the differences between Scrum and Kanban, you've come to the right place. Scum and Kanban are perhaps the best known of a number of Agile software development. They have much in common - and some striking differences. And don't forget to grab your copy of the Scrum vs Kanban Cheat Sheet. → SUBSCRIBE for a NEW EPISODE every WEDNESDAY: http://www.DevelopmentThatPays.com/-/subscribe Music: 260809 Funky Nurykabe: ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/29186 ------------------- 68. Scrum vs Kanban - What's the Difference? + FREE CHEAT SHEET Scrum and Kanban are perhaps the best known of a number of Agile software development frameworks. Let's break that down: Software Development, in very broad terms, looks like this: The Product Owner decides what to build, The Development Team builds it, and Customers use it, experience it, benefit from it in some way. What makes software development Agile is that value is delivered to the customer in small increments. And - importantly - feedback is gathered from customers and fed back into the process. It's the Product Owner's job to take input from customers - and from various Stakeholders - and organise it into a prioritised list of features and User Stories. The list is known as the Product Backlog. What happens between the Product Backlog and the Customer is what distinguishes Scrum from Kanban. As we'll see, each has its own routines and rituals. It's this person's job (see below) to help the Product Owner and Development Team to adopt and maintain good habits. In Scrum, the role is known as the Scrum Master. In Kanban, the role is known as the Agile Coach. Something that Scrum and Kanban have in common is that both are PULL systems. Without getting into two much detail, a pull system ensures that work gets from Product Backlog to Customer in the shortest possible time. A pull system also helps to uncover bottlenecks in the process, which helps to ensure that work gets from Product Backlog to Customer in the shortest possible time! As you'll see in a moment, Scrum and Kanban implement the pull system in two strikingly different ways. Scrum ----- Scrum teams work in a series of Sprints, most commonly two weeks in length. Each Sprint it proceeded by a Sprint Planning Meeting, run by the Scrum Master and attended by the Product Owner and the Development Team. Together they select high priority items from the Product Backlog that the Development Team believe it can commit to delivering in a single Sprint. This is the "pull" I was talking about earlier. The selected items are known as the SPRINT BACKLOG. For the next two weeks, the Development Team focuses on working through the items in the Sprint backlog - and ONLY those items in the Sprint backlog: in all but the most exceptional circumstances, any new requirements that arise have to wait for the following Sprint. It's common practice for Scum teams to use a board to track the progress of the work. It's called a Scrum Board... or an Agile Board... or even (slightly confusingly) a Kanban Board. Each day during the Sprint there is a Scrum Meeting: it's a stand up meeting where the team takes a maximum of 15 minutes to discuss progress and identify any "blockers". At the end of the Sprint, the work completed during the Sprint is packaged for release, and any incomplete items are returned to the Product Backlog. The Sprint ends with two rituals: The Sprint Review, which is a demonstration of new functionality to Stakeholders. The Sprint Retrospective, which is an examination of what went well, what went badly and what could be improved. The aim of the Retrospective is to ensure that the next sprint is more efficient and effective than the last. And that's Scrum! Kanban ------ Kanban does a few things differently. There's no two-week sprint: Kanban is a continuous process. And there's no Sprint Backlog; the "pull" system in Kanban happens in a different way, via Work In Progress (WIP) limits. If an Agile Board is useful for Scrum, it's a necessity for Kanban. Each column on the Kanban Board has a Work in Progress limit related to the team's capacity. For example, a team with two developers might set a limit between two and four items. The lower the better. Let's see the pull system in action: When testing of a particular feature is complete, the corresponding ticket moves to the "Done" column. The empty column is a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIaz-l1Kf8w&list=PLngnoZX8cAn8VEVJtgWUKyidEaV-mJKKe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3P44ZYXTBs
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What is a 'Product Owner'? - Scrum Guide
http://tv.ssw.com/what-is-a-product-owner The 2013 Scrum Guide definition of the 'Product Owner', in video form! http://rules.ssw.com.au/Management/RulesToBetterProductOwners/Pages/default.aspx (from the 2013 Scrum Guide:) The Product Owner The Product Owner is responsible for maximizing the value of the product and the work of the Development Team. How this is done may vary widely across organizations, Scrum Teams, and individuals. The Product Owner is the sole person responsible for managing the Product Backlog. Product Backlog management includes: Clearly expressing Product Backlog items; Ordering the items in the Product Backlog to best achieve goals and missions; Ensuring the value of the work the Development Team performs; Ensuring that the Product Backlog is visible, transparent, and clear to all, and shows what the Scrum Team will work on next; and, Ensuring the Development Team understands items in the Product Backlog to the level needed. The Product Owner may do the above work, or have the Development Team do it. However, the Product Owner remains accountable. The Product Owner is one person, not a committee. The Product Owner may represent the desires of a committee in the Product Backlog, but those wanting to change a backlog item's priority must convince the Product Owner. For the Product Owner to succeed, the entire organization must respect his or her decisions. The Product Owner's decisions are visible in the content and ordering of the Product Backlog. No one is allowed to tell the Development Team to work from a different set of requirements, and the Development Team isn't allowed to act on what anyone else says.
Scrum Product Backlog Anti-Patterns (Hands-on Agile Webinar #3)
NEWSLETTER — join 18,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube There is no shortage of Scrum product backlog anti-patterns: From out-dated and oversized tickets to the part-time proxy product owner– answering to the product committee — and his or her repository of 623 ideas. Learn more about the numerous product backlog anti-patterns that can manifest themselves when you create value for your customers. Moreover, learn how to prevent them in the first place. HOST: Stefan Wolpers BLOG: https://age-of-product.com/webinar-product-backlog/
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Das Product Backlog
Product Backlog Scrum kennt zwei wichtige Listen: das Product Backlog und das Sprint Backlog. In diesem Video stellen wir das Product Backlog vor. Das Product Backlog ist eine geordnete Liste von allen möglichen Anforderungen die es an ein Produkt geben kann. Die einzelnen Anforderungen werden Backlog-items genannt und werden vom Product Owner erstellt. Die Backlog-items kann es zum Beispiel in von Form von User Stories geben. Ein gutes Product Backlog zeichnet sich durch die folgenden vier Elemente aus, deren erste Buchstaben das Wort "DEEP" bilden: [DEEP] -Detailed (angemessen detailliert): Die Backlog items mit der höchsten Priorität werden in detaillierter Form vorgehalten -Emergent (sich entwickelnd): Ein Product Backlog hat keinen definierten Plan, sondern das Product Backlog wird ständig angepasst und weiterentwickelt. -Estimated (beschätzt): Der Arbeitsaufwand, der mit jedem Backlog-Item einhergeht, wird geschätzt, so dass das Team klar erkennen kann, wie viel Arbeit noch übrig ist. -Prioritised (priorisiert): Der Product owner ist für die Reihenfolge der Einträge und deren Priorisierung verantwortlich. Ein Scrum-Team kann sich dafür entscheiden, ein Backlog Refinement Meeting wahrzunehmen. Das Backlog Refinement Meeting dient in erster Linie dazu, dass der Product Owner dem Team die neuesten User Stories erläutert. Durch eine gemeinsame Diskussion werden die User Stories hinterfragt und ausgearbeitet. Möchten Sie mehr wissen? https://scrumguide.de/product-backlog/
60 Second Scrum   Organizing the Product Backlog
Is your Product Backlog growing too large to manage? Here are some tips to get it under control-- http://www.thedruckmancompany.com/
Views: 5481 Angela Druckman
Scrum Time 0.6 - #3 Create Product Backlog
Continues the tutorial for using the open source scrum project management tool known as Scrum Time. The following topics are discussed: add a new backlog item, sort backlog items, and edit backlog items
Views: 1419 Ernie Paschall
Scrum Foundations: Product Backlog (12)
Portions of this series refer to the Scrum Guide © Scrum.org and Scrum Inc. Offered for license under the Attribution Share-Alike license of Creative Commons, and also described in summary form here. By utilizing this Scrum Guide you acknowledge and agree that you have read and agree to be bound by the terms of the Attribution ShareAlike license of Creative Commons.
Views: 2375 Agile For All
Moving an Item from a Sprint to Backlog
An item from the active Sprint is being put back to the Product Backlog. After the move, the item is being placed at the bottom of the backlog and needs to be reprioritized against the other items in the backlog.
Views: 402 Jochen Krebs
Agile Scrum Master Certification Training | Scrum Master Training Demo Class
Agile Scrum Master online training, Course : Agile Scrum Master Training Mode of Training : Online Duration : 15 Hours Timings : Flexible Agile Scrum Master Online Training Demo Registration Link : http://www.svtrainings.com/videos.html Agile Scrum Master Online Training Course Curriculum: Introducing Agile Principles • Defining Agile values and principles • Understanding Agile development and various agile practices at large o Contrasting Waterfall / traditional and Agile product development practices Understanding the challenges of adopting Agile • Creating a cross-functional team Defining the Scrum Framework Embracing Scrum • Defining the core Scrum Framework o Core Scrum team, artifacts and ceremonies / meetings Adapting traditional business process to Scrum • Applying core Scrum Values Scrum Phases and Processes Initiating • Create Project Vision o Identify Scrum Master and Stakeholder(s) Form Scrum Team • Develop Epic(s) o Create Prioritized Product Backlog Conduct Release Planning Plan & Estimate • Create User Stories o Approve, Estimate and Commit User Stories Create Tasks • Estimate Tasks • Create Sprint Backlog Implement • Create Deliverables • Conduct Daily Standup • Groom Prioritized Product Backlog Review & Retrospect • Convene Scrum of Scrums o Demonstrate and Validate Sprints Retrospect Spring Release Ship Deliverables Retrospect Project Scrum Ceremonies / meetings and Artifacts Defining the Core Scrum Artifacts • Project Vision Statement • Prioritized Product Backlog Sprint Goal • Sprint Backlog Impediment Log • Product Increment Simulating the Core Scrum Ceremonies • Project Vision Meeting o Release Planning Meeting Sprint Planning Meeting o Daily Standup Meeting Sprint Review Meeting • Retrospect Sprint Meeting Refining the Product Backlog Iterating the Product Backlog o Developing the Product Vision Building the Product Backlog o Continuously refining the Product Backlog Turning ideas into action Refining Product Delivery • Comparing iterative and incremental delivery o Decomposing Epics into features and user stories Planning a product delivery roadmap Estimating and Prioritizing Product Backlog Items Defining Personas • Creating realistic user Personas • Visualizing scope through story maps Linking user personas to use cases Creating user stories • Writing users stories • Evolving product requirements o Applying INVEST and SMART frameworks to focus user stories Developing products with progressive elaboration • Breaking user stories into tasks • Defining appropriate acceptance criteria User story estimating • Sizing user stories • Estimating effort and business value level through relative measurement • Comparing and contrasting affinity and planning poker estimation techniques Prioritizing the Product Backlog o Ranking product backlog item priority at the release, product and project level Utilizing MoSCoW and other prioritization techniques • Identifying high-priority items for sprint planning Product Owner Responsibilities to the Team Creating Project Vision Statement o Identifying Scrum Master, Scrum Team and Stakeholder(s) Develop Epics o Create Prioritized Product Backlog Create User Stories Create Sprint Backlog o Groom Prioritized Product Backlog Validate Sprint o Retrospect Sprint Retrospect Project Scrum Master Responsibilities to the Team Growing the Scrum team • Enforcing the Scrum process o Establishing team working agreements Performing as a servant-leader • Removing Impediments Ensuring long-term success o Continuously improving the team Reporting appropriate metrics o Managing and reducing external dependencies Adopting best practices for software engineering You Will Learn How To: o Become a Certified Scrum Master / Product Owner and servant-leader to your Development Team, your Product Owner and your organization o Follow Agile principles and Scrum Framework Scrum Phases and Processes o Apply effective facilitation for Scrum ceremonies / meetings Refine your product backlog o Act as an effective change agent and remove impediments Smooth transitioning from Traditional to Scrum Practices o Implement Scrum for large projects Workshop Activities Include: Creating the product vision o Developing and refining product backlogs Estimating and prioritizing user stories o Contrasting iterative vs incremental delivery Realizing the power of team collaboration Who Should Attend- Practicing Scrum Masters, Product Owners, members of Scrum Development teams and anyone who needs to appreciate the role and competencies required of a Scrum Master / Product Owner. A basic knowledge in project activities is assumed. For more information write back to us at [email protected] or contact us at USA : +1-845-915-8712 (Toll Free) Or India : +919642373173
Product Backlog, User Stories, Definition of Done
This was my co-training session with Madhur Kathuria (CST) in Hyderabad on 27th March 2016. I covered following topics in this session: - Product Backlog - User Stories - Definition of Done
Views: 398 Vijay Bandaru
Learn Scrum Agile Development in 3 Simple Steps
http://www.elementool.com/?referral=YouTubeAgileClip I'm Allison and I'm going to teach you Scrum Agile Development in three simple steps. This is a special video I created just for Elementool's clients and the people on our mailing list. So if you're watching this, you are one of the special lucky people who, within a few minutes, will have a system that will help you to improve your development performance immediately. http://www.elementool.com/ebook/flowchart.pdf Why do we need Scrum in the first place? In many cases when you develop a software project, you know how it starts but you cannot predict what will happen after a few weeks of development. As a result, it becomes difficult to keep track of the project progress. If you've ever felt that things get out of control, you know what I mean. Delays cause the project to cost more, because you need to pay for additional development time. They also cause your clients to get upset and this is something we want to prevent. Scrum enables you to keep everything visible. It allows the team to know exactly what's going on and make adjustments to the project to keep it moving forward. With Scrum you build pieces of the software. The client can experience each part and determine what to do next. This way you have control over the progress of the project and the power to prevent delays. Let's get started: Step # 1 -- Create a Backlog The project backlog is a list of all the features that clients would like to have as part of the complete product. It includes the client's dreams and wishes. But it doesn't mean that everything will be developed, as we'll see later. The Backlog is created by the Product Owner. The Product Owner represents the interest of the people who ordered the product -- the clients. Step #2 -- Estimate and Prioritize After completing the Backlog list the Product Owner estimates how long it would take to develop each item on the list. There are different ways to estimate and I'll explain them in another clip. Next comes prioritization. The goal is to focus on what brings value to the business. The Product Owner sorts the backlog items by priority, from the most important at the top to the least important at the bottom, picks the features that should be included in the release and creates the Release Backlog. Step # 3 -- Sprint Here is when most of the work is being done. Sprints are development units between 3 to 30 days. A project usually includes several sprints. At the beginning of each sprint the team will have a Sprint Planning meeting. In this meeting the Product Owner and the team get together to decide what will be done in the new sprint. They select items of the highest priority from the Release Backlog. The Product Owner describes to the team what is desired and the team decides how much of what is desired they can complete in this sprint. The Sprint Planning meeting has two parts: The first part is spent with the Product Owner to decide which features to develop. In the second part of the meeting the team plans out the sprint. The selected tasks are placed in the sprint backlog and assigned to the team members. Everyday the team meets for a short 15 minute meeting called "Daily Scrum". In this meeting each team member answers three questions: • What have you done on this project since the last daily scrum meeting? • What do you plan on doing on this project between now and the next scrum meeting? • What stands in your way to meet your commitments to this sprint and this project? The purpose of Daily Scrum is to synchronize the work of all team members and address any issues that might delay the work progress. In every sprint the team must complete the work that was defined for this sprint. Bugs that are related to the features on the Sprint Backlog should also be fixed as part of the sprint. At the end of each sprint, a Sprint Review meeting is held. In this meeting the team presents what was developed during the sprint to the Product owner and other Stakeholders. This meeting helps to decide what the team should do next. The clients can see the project progress and submit feedback. It prevents the risk of developing features that the client didn't ask for. Also, in case of a delay in the development process, the sprint will not be completed on time and that will indicate to everyone that there is a problem and something needs to be done. Repeat step 3 until all features on the Release Backlog are developed and the product is ready to be released. That's it. So easy. As you can see, Scrum is a simple and effective way to have control over your development process and make sure things go according to plan. I created a flowchart for you of the three steps. You can download it using the link below.
Views: 151852 Elementool
What is a 'Scrum Master'? - Scrum Guide
http://tv.ssw.com/scrum-what-is-a-scrum-master We've converted the 'Scrum Master' definition from the 2013 Scrum Guide into cartoon form to illustrate the role of a Scrum Master in a Scrum team. (from the 2013 Scrum Guide) The Scrum Master The Scrum Master is responsible for ensuring Scrum is understood and enacted. Scrum Masters do this by ensuring that the Scrum Team adheres to Scrum theory, practices, and rules. The Scrum Master is a servant-leader for the Scrum Team. The Scrum Master helps those outside the Scrum Team understand which of their interactions with the Scrum Team are helpful and which aren't. The Scrum Master helps everyone change these interactions to maximize the value created by the Scrum Team. Scrum Master Service to the Product Owner The Scrum Master serves the Product Owner in several ways, including: Finding techniques for effective Product Backlog management; Helping the Scrum Team understand the need for clear and concise Product Backlog items; Understanding product planning in an empirical environment; Ensuring the Product Owner knows how to arrange the Product Backlog to maximize value; Understanding and practicing agility; and, Facilitating Scrum events as requested or needed. Scrum Master Service to the Development Team The Scrum Master serves the Development Team in several ways, including: Coaching the Development Team in self-organization and cross-functionality; Helping the Development Team to create high-value products; Removing impediments to the Development Team's progress; Facilitating Scrum events as requested or needed; and, Coaching the Development Team in organizational environments in which Scrum is not yet fully adopted and understood. Scrum Master Service to the Organization The Scrum Master serves the organization in several ways, including: Leading and coaching the organization in its Scrum adoption; Planning Scrum implementations within the organization; Helping employees and stakeholders understand and enact Scrum and empirical product development; Causing change that increases the productivity of the Scrum Team; and, Working with other Scrum Masters to increase the effectiveness of the application of Scrum in the organization.

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