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Product Visioning: 3.3 Prioritization of backlog

Product Visioning: 3.3 Prioritization of backlog

At any given time, Product Backlog contains features / user stories at myriad sizes with varying levels of details. As the backlog evolves over a period, teams usually would keep the important and clear stories at the top. This is achieved by regular prioritization....
Product Visioning: FAB (Feature – Advantage – Benefit)

Product Visioning: FAB (Feature – Advantage – Benefit)

A product’s success is usually decided by the strength and value of its features. Specifically what those features mean to the targeted customer. How to do we understand and enhance the value of a feature from customer perspective is what we will explore in this...

CHOW #106- User Journey Map

Assuming we want to build a collaborative tour planning tool, come up with Journey Map for the following scenario: Persona: Nisha, Mother, aged 34, Professional, Higher Income Group, Spouse (Shiva) is also a Professional, Having a daughter of 6 years old Goal: Visit a...
Product Visioning: User Journey Map

Product Visioning: User Journey Map

Previous Articles in Product Visioning series: Product Visioning : http://pm-powerconsulting.com/blog/product-visioning-5-steps-scoping-software-projects/ Product Visioning: 1. Elevator...