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.

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 The Embryonic Product Backlog - Kartik Kumar, eMids Technologies Presentation Transcript

  • The Embryonic Product Backlog Kartik Kumar
  • • em-bry-on-ic – pertaining to or in the state of an embryo • Product Backlog – Needs no explanation 
  • In The Beginning • Every product starts off as a “project” • Product Backlog looks like … User Story Bug Feedback/Enhancement Idea Prioritised
  • 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
  • Done! • Go To Market – Beta customers go “full production” • Product Backlog looks like this … User Story Bug Customer Feedback/Enhancement Idea Prioritised
  • Embryo DevelopmentPrioritised Conception Birth
  • 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
  • Product is in the Market You don’t want the Product Backlog to go from to
  • Embryo Development Should BePrioritised Conception Birth Prioritised
  • 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 …
  • Thank You