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Amy Lightholder, Agile Coach, On Prioritization

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Effective product teams not only understand which set of features must be present to justify a release, they have taken the time to carefully enumerate the ranking of each. A product backlog is a prioritized list of all the features and functionality needed to complete a project. A good product backlog is at the heart of any well-functioning agile team. A good product backlog does not automatically ensure good software. However, the lack of a good product backlog often results in incomplete software that does not meet the requirements of customers and stakeholders. The most effective product teams can demonstrate how their prioritization supports larger business priorities (and when the business priorities aren’t clear, these teams clarify them!).
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