Product Backlog Refinement: Who's Involved? (And Why!)
#106. You and the Microsoft Business Apps product owner are on Teams going through the product backlog. You two are working on it together because that’s how it has always been done. And yet, when you look back at the last few sprints, you realize that is not getting the desired results.
It’s not your fault; it’s a systemic problem. The problem is that it is incredibly common for only…
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Who should be involved in backlog refinement? Imagine you’re building a Dynamics 365 or a Power Platform application, and using an agile approach like Scrum, where the requirements emerge in an artifact called the product backlog, who should be involved in the backlog refinement activity? Does the product owner have to be there?
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