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Agile for Project Managers by Denise Canty

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Agile Tracking and Reporting

This chapter discusses tracking and reporting requirements in the agile environment.* At the end of the iterations, certain information is of particular interest to stakeholders. A review of several of these items follows.

Product Backlog: The backlog includes all product requirements. These user stories are selected for development based on the priority levels assigned by the customer. High-priority items are developed first and those that have a low priority may be postponed for later iterations.

Iteration Backlog (e.g., Sprint Backlog): These items include the list of user stories that the developers have agreed to complete for a particular iteration. The items in the iteration backlog cannot be changed once ...

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