ANS: As soon as a project is accepted, we conduct a SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) to determine its scope, feasibility, and obstacles. We ensure time and budget efficiency after completing the SWOT analysis.
Below are the three focused area
Stakeholder analysis will be conducted after acceptance of the project to identify SME (Subject Matter Expert) for better clarification on requirements. After that, we will use elicitation techniques to gather requirements.
Our next step is to prepare business requirement documents, functional and non-functional requirements documents, and EPICs to be added to the product backlog.
To help the technical team better understand the requirements, we will prepare user stories, use cases, and activity diagrams with flow charts before starting development.
After that, we will use the MOSCOW technique to prioritize the requirements in order of importance.
Must Have – Necessary for dev.
Should Have – Imp. And good for dev.
Could Have – It would be nice if take it
Would Have – Leave this time
Sprint grooming or refinement is done before the sprint begins.
Known also as backlog refinement, product grooming is the process by which product managers review and re-prioritize backlog items
Project time frames are used to categorize product backlogs.
In addition to checklists, key performance indicators are measurable performances over time towards a specific goal. Using KPIs, teams can track their progress and set targets.
We categorized functionality into SCOPE & SCOPE CREEP:
Functionalities/features under development – in scope
It is out of scope to include additional functionalities or features that are not being developed or are not covered in the project.
Scope Creep – Things not completed in a given period
Upon completing a sprint, we ensure that all assigned backlog items have been completed.
Regular updates will be made to the sprint burn-down chat and product burn-down chart.
A sprint is a time-bound event. Software development uses this metric.
It is generally accepted that one sprint is two weeks long. An Outcome of a Sprint should be the working condition of the User Story.
After sprint completion, we update everything in PI
Product Increment- the P I is very important output or antiquity scrum framework, however, it’s a combination of all the done list of back log requirement in the course of particular sprint, the P I goes on get step up in the following sprint, the P I getting bigger after every successfully sprint completion, though it is a combination of completed product back log requirement done in a particular sprint as well as equally important for the project. After completion of every sprint the P I gain in terms of deliver features to the client, also the potential shippable product is a addition of product back log requirement that has to be transfer at the end of every sprint
RTM: its gather all the important requirement given by the client, the purpose of the RTM is to check or validate requirement that are checked by test cases, the main objective of doing this to provide requested features to the client.