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Becoming Agile: ... in an imperfect world by Greg Smith, Ahmed Sidky

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Chapter 13. Prioritizing the backlog

Prioritizing the backlog

Have you ever run out of time on a project and started skimping on testing, training, or usability? Have you ever delivered a project and then been amazed that the customer only used about 20 percent of the functionality? These common issues illustrate the need for prioritizing features within a project.

When you prioritize features, you ensure that you deliver the most valuable functionality to your customer first. You do this by iteratively building feature sets and deploying these features after each iteration if needed. For example, you may find that you need three iterations of work to complete your project. ...

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