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Priority Picking Principles

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When it comes to knowing what’s most important, how does a Product Owner and team prioritize? Which methods do you use to find some way to talk about ideas and rank them with the team and stakeholders? In this talk we will look at several different ways to prioritize and some contexts in which they are most useful.

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Priority Picking Principles

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  37. 37. @iscorybryan Priority Picking Principles Some sort of sanity
  38. 38. @iscorybryan Accept you can’t do everything Embrace the uncertainty Pick and item and start working on it Ask probing incisive questions about items in set Identify insights for the items in set Talk to engineers and designers Start the next item and repeat
  39. 39. @iscorybryan Have a goal Pick who can help Try a method Stack rank the results How did it go?
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  41. 41. @iscorybryan Priorities @deliveritcast [ Deliver It ] www.DeliverItCast.com Dontyellatme.wordpress.com Cory Bryan

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