Blog Posts Tagged “minimum-releasable-features”

Fixed-Date Release Planning in Scrum

Whether your organization intends to deploy every sprint, every few sprints, or continuously, most organizations find some amount of longer-term, higher-level planning to be useful. I refer to this type of planning as release planning. If the term release planning seems…

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MVP and MMF and MRF, Oh My!

In your organization, what term do you use to refer to the smallest set of features that would constitute a viable release to your users? In other words, how do you refer to the smallest set of must-have features you could possibly release to your users that they would actually…

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