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Creating a release burn down chart for forecasting

If I have epics that are not broken up into stories yet, how do I add them in the release burn down chart If you want to do a release burn down that includes the epics then you will need to estimate ...
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Creating a release burn down chart for forecasting

I believe some project management software which supports burndown charts can help you. As I'm working as a support specialist for Eylean Board I can answer your question in the context of our ...
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How to deal with scope creep overloading Dev Team?

Product Owner role in Scrum is meant to handle conflicting priorities You said: ...causing the devteam to receive last-minute requests from some managers. Traditional approaches, such as ...
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Best and easiest way to build a Product Roadmap?

Similar experience here, and I finally decided to maintain two documents: One Micro plan using gantt to schedule tasks for the next week (so reviewed weekly) One Macro roadmap with a simple ...
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Roadmap vs vision vs proposal best practices or examples

The Vision is the expected end state, especially as it pertains to the business/user/customer facing end state. Simple example: Umbrella or similar product Vision: when walking outside I will be, ...
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Roadmap visualization for spontaneous tasks

I surmise that what you're calling a "spontaneous task" is when a trouble-ticket is filed that has to be dealt with right away. These activities are separate from the project that you're ...
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Roadmap visualization for spontaneous tasks

As pointed out by other answers, a roadmap and making a plan are different in concept. In practice, however the two often mix. A roadmap is a big picture of your product strategy or direction. It lays ...
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Roadmap visualization for spontaneous tasks

As you say, your overall goal is to have an overview of the work being done, which would be visualized in the bigger time span, as opposed to our week to week work where we focus on smaller tasks at ...
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Roadmap visualization for spontaneous tasks

There is a difference between a roadmap and planning. It seems to me that you try to plan all the work so that the PO knows when it is done and thus omit work to an epic eventhough it belongs there. ...
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What data am I missing to get from a MVP development company?

Does this project have any 'business' behind it? I only see mentions of technical stuff, but there's always business (of some kind) behind. So I see the lack of 'functional' artifacts in this list. ...
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Use one Story Map for planning two different solutions of one process

The essence of Agile is to do barely sufficient documentation so that you can get going and learn more. For your immediate purposes, you need the process flow/functionality for the classical windows ...
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Use one Story Map for planning two different solutions of one process

I have found story maps are a useful way to help prioritise a team's work. The map allows you to categorise what is in each release and so order your product backlog. As such, I would suggest that ...
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Understanding the relationship between Product Release Plan, MVP, and Roadmap in an Agile environment?

This can be confusing because there is no authoritative body that sets terminology for Agile and, therefor, there is not "right" answer. But, these definitions and distinctions should be close. ...
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Customer is unable to plan his next month requests

If scope amount is not very different from month to month, then maybe you should just have some cross-functional team with average or higher-than-average capacity needed. If scope of critical tasks ...

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