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Scope Management in Agile Development

eitake0002
April 05, 2023

Scope Management in Agile Development

eitake0002

April 05, 2023
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  1. How to control what you deliver.
    Scope MGMT
    in Agile

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  2. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    What is Scope Management in Agile?
    ● In project management, the scope defines the project's boundaries: What
    is to be delivered and what is not.
    ● The scope differs from requirements because requirements describe what
    users can do with a product and how the product should behave.
    ● The scope should be agreed upon upfront with stakeholders to avoid
    conflicts.

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  3. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    Why is Scope Management Important?
    ● Scope management assists a Product Owner in making informed decisions
    because the Product Owner make decisions based on the tradeoffs
    between scope, timeline, and resources.
    ● It is to control stakeholders’ expectations. Stakeholders such as clients
    expect what to be delivered based on the scope.
    ● It is also for productivity and delivering values. A development team may
    end up with little or non-accomplishments.

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  4. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    Different Approaches between Agile and Waterfall
    ● Agile changes the scope based on
    fixed timeline and resources.
    ● Waterfall changes timeline and
    resources based on fixed scope.
    Source: https://www.atlassian.com/agile/agile-at-scale/agile-iron-triangle

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  5. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    3 Reasons Scope Management Difficult
    1. The scope must be managed with timeline and resources.
    2. Now knowing all requirements upfront.
    3. Business environment frequently changes.

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  6. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    Sprint Goal & Sprint Backlog
    ● Product Vision shows why the
    product exists.
    ● Sprint Goal describes the objectives
    of Sprint.
    ● Sprint Backlog is Product Backlog
    Items that should be done within a
    Sprint.

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  7. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    Scope and Out-of-Scope
    Product Backlog is out-of-scope.
    Sprint Backlog is the scope.

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  8. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    Theme-based Roadmap
    ● The theme-based roadmap describes the long-term roadmap based on
    Theme, the highest level of the Product Backlog hierarchy.
    ● The theme describes a high-level objective the development team aims to
    achieve over time.
    ● It is one of the best ways to manage scope, as the Product Backlog is a
    single artifact source.

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  9. ASIA EDGE TECHNOLOGY. PTD. LTE
    Theme-based Roadmap

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