The Agile Management Definition of Done
3 Ways to Chart Your Work Breakdown Structure
How to Create an Agile User Story in Three Steps

How to Apply the Seven Planning Stages of an Agile Project

Stage 2: Create an agile product roadmap

The product roadmap is a high-level view of the product requirements with a loose time frame for when to develop those requirements. Identifying product requirements, and then prioritizing and roughly estimating the effort for those requirements, allows you to establish requirement themes and identify requirement gaps. Revise the product roadmap biannually with support from the development team.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share

Recommends

Promoted Stories From Around The Web

blog comments powered by Disqus
Ten Tips on How to Plan a Conference
How to Manage Quality with Agile Management Methodologies
4 Ways to Display Your Project's Schedule
How to Structure an Agile Sprint Retrospective Meeting
Ten Tips for Being a Better Project Manager