Agile teams work with continuous refinement and continuous delivery! PBB facilitates this path to success.
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- How to get to the product backlog?
- How to build something that has value?
- How to find the real need of the customer?
- How to define what is a priority in the first moment?
- How to refine backlog items?
Driven by the objective of clarifying this often complex path, Fábio Aguiar developed the Product Backlog Building method, the PBB. Together with Paulo Caroli, creator of the Lean Inception method, they present a practical guide for those who want to build a successful product, creating and refining the backlog.
By incorporating PBB into the product development flow, following the steps presented in this work, you and your team will be able to, in a collaborative way:
- Build a shared understanding of the product need;
- Facilitate product discovery and writing user stories;
- Structuring the granularity of backlog items;
- Prioritize the most important items for the product and the greatest value for the customer;
- Improve the team’s work by building and refining the backlog.
About the authors
Paulo Caroli is a passionate professional. Yes, passionate about innovations, entrepreneurship, digital products, projects, people, challenges, solutions and transformations.
The book Lean Inception brings together all his years of experience as a facilitator of inception workshops for several companies, as a Thoughtworks Principal Consultant.
Since 2006, he has focused his experience on Agile & Lean processes and practices, which is why his method has won many readers around the world. Lean Inception has already been released in three languages, in addition to being a best seller on Amazon!
As a software engineer, author, speaker and facilitator, Caroli has helped many people and companies make their projects come to life!
Fábio Aguiar is the creator of the PBB method and author of the book Product Backlog Building – A Practical Guide to Creating and Refining a Backlog for Successful Products.
He has more than two decades of professional experience in software development and, in recent years, has focused on practices related to product management, specializing in managing complex products in fast-growing global companies.
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