Tag Archives: MoSCoW

Agile game: MoSCoW prioritisation

I recently developed and presented a one-hour ‘master class’ on MoSCoW prioritisation. It’s not a hugely complicated topic, and one I have written about before. This time, though, I was able to talk people through the process of going from project … Continue reading

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Conditional Priorities?

We are working with a corporate partner, who is providing us detailed requirements for changes to their customer documents. They supply the text, we apply it to the document and get it tested. During the planning workshop for our last … Continue reading

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DSDM ‘Specification-led’

Over the last few years, I have been asked a few times variations on the question; “What projects are suitable for agile, and which aren’t.” It’s a fascinating question, and one I think has a relatively simple answer. It depends. … Continue reading

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Bugs & prioritisation

The courses we are running specifically mention that “all our work is prioritised“. Project teams have extended the practice of using MoSCoW prioritisation beyond user stories and are using it on defects. But whereas the rules around prioritising user stories … Continue reading

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