Keep a Product Backlog with Minimum Viable Features and Experiment Stories updated through ongoing Backlog Maintenance.
The Product Backlog is a living document that helps your company manage product development. This chapter shows you how to evolve it and the environment in which it can be used. Focusing on your backlog maintenance will not only allow you to have the user stories you need to build an amazing product but also to navigate successfully between chaos and uncertainty.
Minimum Marketable Feature
Chapter 13 Illustrations
Essential Scrum: A Practical Guide to the Most Popular Agile Process by Kenneth S. Rubin
Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland
Scrum Mastery: From Good To Great Servant-Leadership by Geoff Watts
Software By Numbers: Low-Risk, High-Return Development By Mark Denne, Jane Cleland-Huan
10 PRODUCT BACKLOG TIPS
Backlog Refinement: How I Learned to Love Agile Business Analysis
Features and Capabilities
Backlog Refinement (grooming)
Product Backlog Refinement explained
Backlog refinement versus Sprint planning
Scrum Product Backlog
What is a Product Backlog?
Weighted Shortest Job First
Product Backlog and the Tea Leaves Effect