The User Story Mapping: map the task list to produce
Visually represent all the tasks to carry out in order to create a new product.
With the Product Backlog template, prioritize customer needs and expectations according to their importance in order to create a new product.Prioritize and list customer expectations and needs in the right order for agile product development.A Product Backlog, under the responsibility of the Product Owner, involves three stages:- identify all the end-customer expectations and needs for the product.- fine-tune these items to turn them into User Stories.- prioritize the User stories and position them in the Backlog according to order of importance.
The SCRUM method was first described by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber in 2011 in their "Scrum Guide". It offers teams an iterative method to develop new products faster and in a more agile way. The first stage of this method consists in producing a list of all the tasks required to develop the product and then prioritizing their implementation: this is called the "Product Backlog".
With the Product Backlog Template, fine-tune and prioritize all requests reported by stakeholders. You will get a prioritized list of tasks indicating the order of their accomplishment.A true compass for the Product Owner throughout the project, this Template allows you to clearly present the next features of the future product to the development team. An ideal way to plan ahead the future production !
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