Master User Requirements with MoSCoW Model Of Prioritization

Most apps we use today look pretty different in comparison to their initial releases. The same goes for your business and your users. New apps come and go and very few actually survive the competition. Some get sidelined, while others perish and this phenomenon has a lot to do with how the app-makers prioritize what … Read more

What’s The Difference Between Story Mapping and Process Mapping?

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Product backlogs function as the soul of a product. They are responsible for managing everything regarding the product, so they can get quite complicated. For instance, a complex product will have many user stories in the backlog. It can be hard for teams not to loose sight of the big picture. Therefore, structuring a product … Read more

How to Plan a Product Release Using Story Maps

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A release is the launch of a new product or feature set into the market, or for use within your organization. They can happen frequently (daily or weekly) or just occasionally (quarterly or annually). Your release rhythm will depend on a few factors, such as the maturity and stability of your business, and what resources … Read more