Agile development refers to the set of product development best practices and methods that are based on the principles and values of the Agile Manifesto. During Agile product development several teams build products using short iterations that enable continuous feedback and rapid improvement. The entire process is divided into sprints which are periodic time frames that usually last from one to four weeks. Every sprint begins with a brainstorming and planning meeting where cross-functional teams discuss and prioritize the work that needs to be done.
Agile practices are driven by value-based prioritization of work. However, agile product development can become complex because it comprises several cross-functional teams. This development process might face unprecedented potential problems because managing the team while releasing the product is difficult. One of the reports says, the American Government lost $32 billion as a result of failed IT projects. This is the reason many agile product development teams prefer to work on a prioritization model. A prioritization model can help them reduce the time spent on prioritizing their tasks and deliverables.
Kano Model, Opportunity Scoring, Priority Poker, MoSCoW Model, and Cost of Delay are some of the known and most commonly used agile prioritization models. In this webinar, you will learn all about them and other topics with the Agile pro, Patrick von Schlag, including:
- What are agile prioritization models
- Use of agile prioritization models
- Proven techniques for making your prioritization activities fun and effective
Register for the webinar now to master these techniques and learn using just the suitable model for your next product deployment.
Patrick von Schlag
Project Management Instructor
Patrick von Schlag is a proven thought leader, motivator, and developer of effective customer-oriented technology education solutions, with 30 years of experience in Agile/Scrum practices, ITIL, project management, governance business analysis, network infrastructure, and information security for Fortune 500 and large government customers. Patrick is the founder of Deep Creek Center, a consultancy focused on helping organizations adapt and adopt best practices.