Iteration Goals


Clarity adorns profound thoughts.

—Luc de Clapiers


Iteration Goals are a high-level summary of the business and technical goals that the Agile Team and Product Owner agree to accomplish in an Iteration. Iteration goals are integral to the effective coordination of an Agile Release Train (ART) as a self-organizing, self-managing team of teams. They help align the individual team members and the Product Owner to a common mission for the iteration, align the individual teams to the Program PI Objectives, and provide context for understanding and addressing cross-team dependencies. Finally, they provide a simple communication ...

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