Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Scoping the project, part of Agile Project Management.
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…In the Envision stage, you created the project charter that describes the…customer's visions of the final product and overall boundaries for the project.…What follows next is the creation of the Product Data Sheet or PDS.…This is a great planning document and…provides an executive summary of the project.…A well written PDS provides more detailed scoping for the project,…and can become an easy to use communication tool for the project.…The PDS is…typically created during the Envision phase prior to the first sprint.…The short and concise one to three page PDS…includes the project description and high level project scope,…usually taken straight from your project charter along with…the project objectives, the business value you're going to provide.…
You also should detail your timeline with milestones,…the cost estimates for people's time and estimates…for other items you might need.…Last, it includes the constraints, which are sometimes called limitations, and the…prioritization between the project scope, resources,…
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- What is agile project management?
- Selecting an agile project
- Scoping the project
- Designing your sprint structure
- Collecting requirements
- Running stand-up meetings
- Managing issues and risks
- Tracking lessons learned
- Responding to change requests
- Closing the project
- Spotting signs of trouble