Posts Tagged ‘Minimum Marketable Features’
I just checked back to see how much I’d written about MMFs (minimum marketable features). This is a technique I use and talk about a lot so I thought I’d written more that I have.
I’ll provide here a few of the ways I use MMFs and why I feel that they are so helpful when devising incremental delivery strategies. more »
I was recently asked to help a client kick-off development of a new product. This was to be their first “agile” project so the kick-off had to set the scene for the collaborative development approach that was to follow.
I used a variety of tools and techniques to bring the project to life. As is usually the case, some worked better than others so I thought I’d review the approach and describe some of the issues and possible reasons.
The agenda for the day was:
- Review project vision and goals
- Establish key priorities and concerns
- Establish candidate releasable chunks
- Decide what to do first
Attendees included the development team, development management and business sponsors.