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User Story Prioritization Methods in Scrum

September 24, 2020
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User Story Prioritization Methods in Scrum

The key techniques used to prioritize the User Stories or requirements in the Prioritized Product Backlog, on the basis of business value are presented below: MoSCoW Prioritization scheme—The MoSCoW prioritization scheme derives its name from the first letters of the phrases “Must have,” “Should have,” “Could have,” and “Won’t have”. This prioritization method is generally more…

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Understanding Risk Attitude in a Scrum Environment

September 24, 2020
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Understanding Risk Attitude in a Scrum Environment

To ensure viability, desirability, and achievability of the project’s business justification, it is important that risks are managed effectively. Risk management focuses on identifying all the inherent risks, assessing their probability, proximity, & impact, prioritizing and mitigating them to increase the probability of project success.…

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Scrum in Programs and Portfolios

September 24, 2020
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Scrum in Programs and Portfolios

When applying Scrum to manage projects within the context of a program or portfolio, it is strongly recommended that the general principles of Scrum are adhered to. Let us now understand how Program and Portfolio are defined: Program: A program is a group of related…

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Responsibilities of Scrum Roles in Business Justification

September 24, 2020
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Responsibilities of Scrum Roles in Business Justification

To perform a proper business justification, it is important for an organization to create a viable Project Vision Statement prior to starting any project. This helps key decision makers understand the business need for a change or for a new product or service and the…

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Difference between Acceptance Criteria and Done Criteria in Scrum

September 24, 2020
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Difference between Acceptance Criteria and Done Criteria in Scrum

In Scrum, the Prioritized Product Backlog is a single requirements document that defines the project scope by providing a prioritized list of features of the product or service to be delivered by the project. The required features are described in the form of Epics and…

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