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Product Backlog Tips

Tip #1: Complement your Product Backlog with a Product Roadmap<p>Use a roadmap to sketch the overall journey you want to take your product on. State the …

The Product Backlog Board

<i>Please note that the product backlog board has been superseded by the Product Canvas, a new type of backlog designed for creating new products and</i> …

Digital Product Management Blog by Roman Pichler

11 min Read<p>Product discovery refers to the activities required to determine if and why a product should be developed. Carrying out this work makes it …

The Definition of Ready in Scrum

Why Ready Matters<p>The idea that the high-priority product backlog items should be “ready” or “workable” dates back to the first Scrum book published …

10 Tips for Writing Good User Stories

1 Users Come First<p>As its name suggests, a user story describes how a customer or user employs the product; it is told from the user’s perspective. …

How to Create your Initial Product Canvas

Overview<p>The Product Canvas creation workshop wants to kick-start your solution validation and product definition activities. It helps you change the …

A Product Canvas for Agile Product Management, Lean UX, Lean Startup

A Sample Canvas<p>The best way to understand the Product Canvas is to look at an example. Imagine that we want to develop a game that helps children …

Epics and Ready Stories

One of the things I love about user stories is their flexibility. A user story can be big, medium-sized, or small. This allows us to sketch a product …

Achieving the Goal of a Retrospective

July 19, 2013<p>Some teams seem to approach Retrospectives without a real drive to succeed. Or so it seems. They just use it to ‘talk.’ About the ‘good, …

When should you NOT use Scrum?

August 21, 2013<p>I was asked this question in a class recently. (When should I not use Scrum?) I gave an answer, but I want to give a better answer, or …

Scrum succees

The last post talked about LeSS and scaling Scrum. That I hope was good stuff, but I needed to lay to foundation to sharing Craig Larman’s …