10 Tips for Planning Your Product Release

Even if you’ve already fleshed out your product launch with Scrum, there may be some fine details you’re missing.

Make sure your strategy is thorough by checking out the 10 Tips provided by Bor!sgloger.

Two of the best:

Frequent involvement of the customer and management in this process.

Scrum is based on teamwork, and without the entire team playing the same game, you’re apt to encounter confusion and mixed messaging.

Clarifying that a Scrum project must also deliver on time and within the budget.

Again, ensuring that every team member knows what’s happening and clearly understands the project’s goals is vital. You wouldn’t want to end up late and over budget!

Bor!sgloger’s post is light on details and analysis — the content is useful to get some thoughts brewing, but won’t provide any specific direction or advice.

Brennon Slattery
Marketing and Web Designer

Brennon is a Marketing and Web Designer at A Charitable Life. He is also a freelance writer and the author of over 600 PCWorld articles. Before A Charitable Life, he was the Project Manager, Web Designer/Developer at Pearson.
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