(Munich, Germany) Some time ago, I wrote about the value taken with the execution of Proof of Concepts (POCs), and how important they are to give us confidence for future … Continue reading Planning User Acceptance Tests in parallel with the product complexity increase
(Berlin, Germany) Sometimes the most obvious Agile concepts are not so easy to be applied when we need to make a practical usage of them. Specially if we need to … Continue reading Requirements hierarchy, what should be written per level and by whom
A backlog is such an important asset for each Agile Team and even more important for a company who understands the value to demand for high quality content and well organized backlogs. What I would like to share with you today is a set learnings I did since I’m working in Agile.
Sometime it can be really a challenge to make a decision about which Proof of Concept should we develop out of the infinite number of feature we would like to add to our product.
(Antwerp, Belgium) From the city where the concept of logistics has been reinvented over time, let's talk about why traditional portfolio management of you no longer has.
Sometimes when we are requested to present a Product Roadmap it is hard to start… Start from where? Which features? Which inter-dependencies? How to define priorities? Priorities in the order of the tasks or in the features to enhance product value? MOSCOW can help you 🙂
I already did many Refinement meetings (or grooming meetings, as you prefere it). I think those are my favorite AGILE ceremonies, that moment where after a delicious, creative and smart discussion everybody selects THE CARD!!! There you observe so many things: who leads, who knows, who loves risk, who is more cautious, who influences, who will implement it 🙂
Definitions: MVP – Minimum Viable Product MPP – Minimum Possible Product Only with the definition we got that we need to get a commitment!
This topic was initially approached in the post How do you define a PoC? , now the focus will turn to the results evaluation: what have we learned with it? … Continue reading How can we evaluate results from a PoC?