You need to manage the product backlog every day so you can protect your commitment to the sprint. Learn how to control the backlog so you can reach your goals.
- In Scrum, the product owner is accountable to the team…and the stakeholders.…The stakeholders want to ensure…they get what they need from your project.…A key aspect to keeping the right priorities…throughout the project is the ongoing refinement…of the product backlog.…This means that the PO is out there…meeting with stakeholders to understand what's needed.…They're constantly moving the work around…as the business needs and requirements shift.…Throughout the project,…your backlog is constantly changing…as new features and stories are being discovered and added.…
Other stories are being changed…and maybe even removed.…As new stories are discovered,…the PO works out the details and AC for each one.…But at least once per sprint,…the whole team comes together…to see what new items have come up.…This is usually a 30 to 60 minute…backlog grooming session.…It usually happens around the midpoint of the sprint.…The PO reads the new stories to the team,…and the team asks about any details that are missing.…
The PO then goes to find answers to the team's questions.…
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- Understanding the scrum approach to project success
- Solving project problems with scrum
- Establishing your scrum team
- Setting the vision for your project
- Writing user stories
- Setting boundaries for success
- Getting stories done in scrum
- Assessing the team