Creating and Refining the Product Backlog
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The Product Backlog is an essential artifact on agile projects, and very little guidance can be found on how to create a useful one. How do you get started? What's needed to create one? What should it contain? What shouldn't it contain? What's the difference between a user story and a PBI? How are metrics used with it? How and when do you refine it? All these questions and more will be answered in this session.
Ken has over three decades of expertise in technology, management/organizational consulting, education, globally distributed project management, custom software development, and P&L management. His strongest and most valuable attribute is maximizing productivity and business value with technology teams. His varied experience and flexibility make him well suited to serve in versatile roles. Ken has earned a reputation as a motivational organizational leader as well as thought leader in the technology community.
Ken has been with Improving since 2007.
- Individuals and Interactions: An Agile Guide, Addison Wesley, 2011
- Principles of Computer Science: Java Edition, Kendall Hunt, 2013
- The Covert Agilist, IEEE Computer Society, 2009
- Numerous magazine articles and interviews
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