The Embryonic Product Backlog - Kartik Kumar, eMids Technologies

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Every product start off as a project. The Business Analyst and Product Manager need to plan for the transitioning from a project to product management, and change the way the backlog is managed.

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  • Examples of ideas that were not elaborated:“Performance Indicators need to be added” – logged Dec 2011.“QM Report” – logged Aug 2011Examples of ideas that were elaborated:“VIP Flag” – discussed starting Jun 2010RITA integrationCPOE + eRx
  • The Embryonic Product Backlog - Kartik Kumar, eMids Technologies

    1. 1. The Embryonic Product Backlog Kartik Kumar
    2. 2. • em-bry-on-ic – pertaining to or in the state of an embryo • Product Backlog – Needs no explanation 
    3. 3. In The Beginning • Every product starts off as a “project” • Product Backlog looks like … User Story Bug Feedback/Enhancement Idea Prioritised
    4. 4. Beta Product • Beta customers using the product (project?) – Not in “full production” • Product Backlog looks like this … User Story Bug Customer Feedback/Enhancement Idea Prioritised
    5. 5. Done! • Go To Market – Beta customers go “full production” • Product Backlog looks like this … User Story Bug Customer Feedback/Enhancement Idea Prioritised
    6. 6. Embryo DevelopmentPrioritised Conception Birth
    7. 7. Product is in the Market • “Support” and “Enhancement” streams • Release Management – Market Vs. Internal Business • Changes dictated by external forces – Competition – Regulator – Substitutes • “When do we break even?” • Economic Cycles
    8. 8. Product is in the Market You don’t want the Product Backlog to go from to
    9. 9. Embryo Development Should BePrioritised Conception Birth Prioritised
    10. 10. Moral of the Story • Elaborate all ideas – Write user stories – Prepare & plan for this activity • Write down why someone came up with an idea • Ideas really shouldn’t be on a Product Backlog – But we need a backlog of ideas …
    11. 11. Thank You

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