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Artifact that contain release plan

Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2017 9:38 am
by taifii
In terms of the decomposition of requirements on an Agile project the artifact that contains release plans as its first level of decomposition is referred to as a?

A) Product Roadmap
B) Release Backlog
C) Product Backlog
D) Sprint Backlog

Re: Artifact that contain release plan

Posted: Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:51 am
by seema.sonkiya
Please put questions in the open PMI-ACP forum (viewforum.php?f=7) which are not part of the iZenBridge Question Bank. I am moving it there.

Also mention the source of the question, if it is not from the iZenBridge. The source question is: https://www.project-management-prepcast ... uestion-34

Where the option C has Product Roadmap

A product Roadmap is a guidepost which shows how the product will be developed. It is a visual depiction of product releases. It communicates what would be the main components in each release. It is a quick view of release points with the expected functionality. This is a high-level planning tool.

One important point: In Agile we are ready to accept changes, so for planning in each release, you have to go back to the roadmap to check if plan still work or need adjustments.

Re: Artifact that contain release plan

Posted: Tue May 09, 2017 6:11 pm
by ashish.jais
Question specifically talk about "the artifact that contains release plans "
Why release backlog is not a right answer?

Items shortlisted to be released are move to release backlog.
Is the below hierarchy right(Coarse to granular)?
Backlog-> release backlog->sprint backlog

Re: Artifact that contain release plan

Posted: Thu May 11, 2017 1:35 pm
by seema.sonkiya
Please read the whole sentence as a whole key word:

"artifact that contains release plans as its first level of decomposition"

Since it is high leval - It describes at high level how the product will likely to grow. It says what would be the main components in the product. It helps to develop Product Backlog, Release backlog and Sprint Backlog in chain.