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Learn how to build outcomes over outputs as a key strategy to building great products using the Target Outcome framework. The talk will cover why the metrics we often use are flawed, how to create useful value metrics, track value incrementally and do guerilla user testing.
This article discusses the three dimensions of user stories: the backlog order, the complexity (or effort) and the business value. These dimensions are flexible until the sprint commitment, but right before it, you should have estimated the complexity and the business value for the top of the product backlog, which means that the product backlog has been re-ordered. The sprint commitment can then occur: the team pulls the stories from the top of the product backlog into the sprint backlog, negotiate the order and amount with the PO. After the …
The best metric to measure the success of business analysis is to evaluate if business objectives for each project were achieved. This is however not always easy to do and this blog post proposes other metrics to get good indicators of success of the business analysis efforts.