Product Backlog (Scrum Element)


The product backlog is a large list of all many ideas, items, and proposed work that are accumulated and compiled into a list. Some of these items may be well-defined, and others may be more vaguely defined. Because of this, the product backlog is often a collection of ideas in various states of being defined and doesn’t necessarily reflect all of the work that will actually be performed. It is instead a way to ensure that all ideas are captured and that they can be more clearly defined and prioritized when they are most likely to create business value.

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