Team Backlog


Definition of BACKLOG:

1. A large log at the back of a hearth fire

2. An accumulation of tasks unperformed or materials not processed

Burn the first slowly and the second quickly.


The Team Backlog represents the collection of all the things a team needs to do to advance their portion of the system. It can contain User or Enabler Stories, most of which are stories that originate from the Program Backlog, while some others are local to the team’s specific context. The team backlog is owned by the Product Owner, although backlog “ownership” does not mean that the PO is the only one to populate it but rather that the PO prioritizes ...

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