3. Working with the Product Backlog
Few artifacts in Scrum are as popular as the product backlog. And there is a reason: The product backlog is beautifully simple—a prioritized list of the outstanding work necessary to bring the product to life. Its items can include the exploration of customer needs or various technical options, a description of both functional and nonfunctional requirements, the work necessary to launch the product, and other items as well, such as setting up the environment or remediating defects. The product backlog supersedes traditional requirements artifacts, such as market and product requirements specifications. The product owner is responsible for managing the product ...
- 3. Working with the Product Backlog
- from Agile Product Management with Scrum: Creating Products that Customers Love
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: March 2010
As the person responsible for grooming the product backlog, with the help of your team, it is helpful to have a toolkit of techniques available. This lesson presents some techniques for grooming a typical backlog and recommendations for handling more complicated backlogs.
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