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Create Project Vision

This infographic example was designed on the base of Fig. 8-3 "Create Project Vision — Inputs, Tools, and Outputs " on the page 137 of the "A Guide to the SCRUM BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (SBOK™ Guide) 2016 Edition".
" Create Project Vision — In this process, the Project Business Case is reviewed to create a Project Vision Statement that will serve as the inspiration and provide focus for the entire project. The Product Owner is identified in this process."
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Agile Mind Maps: Exploring the User Wishes

Agile method advocate use cases and user stories, but there are no standard processes or guides available to help gather user requirements. That is why documenting user requirements can be challenging. Without strong communication experience the scrum process can collapse, leading towards unfruitful requirements and imperfect software. This article offers a path to overcome these hurdles through the simplicity and clearness of mind mapping. ConceptDraw Scrum Worflow solution lets explore the user requirements for your Agile development project before they are formalized. You can easily create professional Mind Maps that will effectively collect and structure the information on what a user actually wants, or the “User Wish.” Read more