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A Product Backlog Prioritization Technique

The product backlog might be the more important item for a Scrum team as it represents the business value that the project should deliver to its customers. Putting a priority on the features and user stories is however not always easy for the product owners, especially if they are dealing with multiple stakeholders. In this article, Samantha Laing shares a technique that can help to improve the results of this activity.

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Product Owner Survival Camp in Vienna is a two days of practical workshops of Product Owner. Four distinguished experts will teach you how to apply the right techniques at the right time to get the full benefits of Agile software delivery.

[2 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

For best results from Agile, you need a solid team. If you belong to, manage, or lead an Agile team, you’ve probably seen that process alone doesn’t translate to great results – and that having a cross-functional group of 7 +/- 2 “resources” doesn’t either. Instead, what makes Agile come to life is the team’s motivated, engaged individuals who communicate, collaborate, and respond effectively. In many organizations, teams rely on their leaders and managers to help them grow and become stronger.

[26 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

ScrumDay France is a two-day conference taking place in Paris. It is focused on all aspects of Scrum with session in French but with keynotes in English.

[24 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

The Scrum Alliance has launched a new Added Qualifications program in 2015 to its global community of more than 350,000 members. Added Qualifications is a certificate-based training program offered to cover valuable, complex, business-critical topics.

[23 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

The Regional Scrum Gathering Ecuador is a two-day conference focusing on Scrum and Agile organized by Scrum Ecuador and the Scrum Alliance. Some keynotes will be in English, but the majority of the talks will be in Spanish.

[23 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

Pair programming is a well known practice for closely connected teams, but can it work for distributed teams as well? This talk demonstrates remote pair programming in practice and cover the benefits and drawbacks of a distributed agile programming team. How much will being distributed cost your team, what can you regain from remote pair programming and how does remote pair programming feel compared to normal team work?

[23 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

LeanUX NYC is a five-day conference that takes place in New York. The presentations focus on how organizations are incorporating Lean Systems, Agile, Design Thinking, and DevOps to deliver real value for their customers and drive top-line growth.

[23 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

XP Day Vietnam series of two one-day conferences on eXtreme Programming and Agile that will take place in Da Nang and Ha Noi. This event provides a chance for the participants to share their passion on Agile practices, exchange new practical skills, hands-on exercise and extreme experience.