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Selecting and delivering the most important work is a critical success factor in Agile projects. But how do you know what is important? Unless you are psychic, some help would come in handy.

Selecting and delivering the most important work is a critical success factor in Agile projects. But how do you know what is important? Unless you are psychic, some help would come in handy.

Get a guided tour to a variety of strategies and tools to manage your backlog. Understand the benefits of each approach using a model that puts them in context; learn how to make informed decisions on which to use in your situation. E.g. Innovation Games®, Story Map, Software By Numbers, Kano Analysis.

Links in handout are available here: http://www.agilitrix.com/2010/07/biggest-bang-for-the-buck-managing-backlog/

[Agile 2010 presentation co-authored with Gino Marckx]

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    Biggest bang for the buck! Strategies to organize & prioritize your backlog Biggest bang for the buck! Strategies to organize & prioritize your backlog Presentation Transcript

    • The biggest bang for the buck! Strategies to organize & prioritize your backlog Gino Marckx & Michael Sahota cbdn cbdn
    • What problems do you experience? cbdn
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    • Team Perspective cban image by Nearsoft - Creative Commons 2.0 cbdn
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    • User Story, Theme and Epic (Cohn) cbdn
    • Story Map (Patton) © 2006-2009 Jeff Patton cbdn
    • Real Story Maps © Jeff Patton, all rights reserved, www.AgileProductDesign.com cbdn
    • Theme Scoring cbdn
    • Software By Numbers cbdn
    • Your job cbdn
    • Exercise! 7 minutes cbdn
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    • Debrief • 4 minutes • How did you decide to organize your backlog? • How did you feel deciding about priority? • What is different about how other teams decided? cbdn
    • Customer Perspective cbka image by leunix - Creative Commons 2.0 cbdn
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    • Innovation Games®: Speedboat cbdn
    • Innovation Games®: Buy a Feature Demo cbdn
    • Exercise! 5 minutes cbdn
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    • Debrief • 4 minutes • How did you decide to organize your backlog? • How did you feel deciding about priority? • What is different about how other teams decided? cbdn
    • Company Perspective cb image by paul (dex) - Creative Commons 2.0 cbdn
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    • Balancing Value, Constraints and From http://theagileexecutive.com/2010/05/19/how-many-metrics-do-you-need-to- effectively-govern-the-software-process/ cbdn
    • © 2010 Enthiosys cbdn
    • Business Value Game © Vera Peeters and Pascal Van Cauwenberghe cbdn
    • Allocation Model 29% 15% 19% 27% 8% © Alisson Vale 2009 cbdn
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    • Exercise! 5 minutes cbdn
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    • Debrief • 4 minutes • How did you decide to organize your backlog? • How did you feel deciding about priority? • What is different about how other teams decided? cbdn
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    • Thank You! Michael Sahota Gino Marckx michael.sahota@agilitrix.ca gino.marckx@thoughtcorp.com Twitter: MichaelSahota Twitter: ginomarckx www.agilitrix.com/blog blog.xodiac.ca cbdn