On 12th December, we were joined by Allan Kelly to discuss whether, and how, to move away from ‘backlog driven development’. The session was recorded and can be viewed below:
About This Webinar:
If you’re practising agile, the chances are that you have a backlog. In fact, you might have a huge, bloated backlog that from a distance looks suspiciously waterfall…
Backlogs can be useful, but as teams become truly agile, are they still needed? Or are backlogs like training wheels on a bicycle… they get you so far, but to really thrive you need to ‘let go’ and take the risk?
At a recent conference, Allan Kelly delivered a presentation where he discussed this very point. “But how would that work in practice?” I hear you ask… that is what we’ll discuss in this session!
During this discussion, you’ll hear
✔️ What backlogs are useful for, and when they can be a hindrance
✔️ When (and why) teams should consider ditching the backlog altogether
✔️ Practical tips for transitioning away from backlog driven development
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