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Backlog

The purpose of this accelerator is to capture the Delta Requirements and Gaps during the Fit-to-Standard workshops in the Explore phas
Purpose Explore phase. Supports planning and management of the delivery of the solution capabilities in Realize phase, provides tool for plannin
template can be replaced with backlog management tool if the customer desires.

Project Identification

Project Name Project Number Project Type

Customer Name Customer Number Project Start To Finish

Project Sponsor Program Manager Project Manager (Customer)

Project Manager Service Partner(s) Project Manager (Service Partner)

Guidelines: How to adapt this Accelerator to your project

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1. Update the Values Drop Down tab, at minimum following fields:
- "Responsible Resource": include here your Project's resources
- "Product Owner Names": include your product owner's names
- "Releases": revise the list to reflect # of releases planned in your project
- "End-to-End Scenarios": pre-populate the list with end-to-end scenarios that are in scope of your project
- "Scope Items": pre-populate the list with Best Practices Scope Items are used in the project
2. Update the High Level roadmap Tab to reflect the project/program releases, their focus and scope
3. Populate the Product Backlog tab with delta requirements and gaps from Fit-to-Standard workshops as they are conducted during the
Explore phase. You may also pre-populate the known requirements and gaps in Prepare phase if they are known.
4. During the Explore phase progressively update the Product Backlog tab with de-composed stories, impact analysis, and other information.
5. Upon completion of Fit-to-Standard workshops as you start Release and Sprint planning.

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shops in the Explore phase. Preparation of release and sprint plan in late
provides tool for planning & monitoring of the release & sprints. This

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Backlog
Impact Analysis (Team) Sprint Planning Built Association
Impact (Business
Backlog Short Description Acceptance Criteria Process/Master Data/Data Priority Priority Rank Story Target
Title Responsible Status Dependencies Proposed Solution Migration/Testing/Data Effort Target Sprint
ID Migration/Organizational (PO) (PO) (Team) Release
Structure)
1 John Smith Planned Legacy source systems: 1. Must-Have 10 Release 1 Sprint 1
System A
2 Legacy source systems: 2. Should-Have Release 1 Sprint 2
Jenny Massey New System B 15
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Product Backlog Value Drop Down Boxes
Priorities Comment
1. Must-Have MUST have this
2. Should-Have SHOULD have this if at all possible
3. Could-Have COULD have this if it does not affect anything else
4. Would-Have WON'T have this time but WOULD like in the future
X. Out of scope Excluded from project scope
TBD New / Not Assigned

Releases Sprints
Release 1 Sprint 1
Release 2 Sprint 2
Release 3 Sprint 3
Sprint 4
Sprint 5
Sprint 6
Status
New
Planned
In Process
Done
On Hold
Dropped
Duplicate
Product Owner Names
John Smith
Jenny Massey
George Fass
Heather McCarthy
Planned working days/month 18

Release 1 Planning & Burndown


Release 1 (in Points) Start Sprint 1 Sprint 2 Sprint 3 Sprint 4
FORECASTS
Forecast: Work remaining at start of sprint 720 720 667 595 487
Forecast: Velocity 53 72 108 144
Forecast: Work remaining at the end of sprint 720 667 595 487 343
ACTUALS
Actual: Work remaining at start of sprint 720 720 667 595 487
Actual Velocity 53 72 108 144
Actual Work remaining at the end of sprint 720 667 595 487 343
TEAM CAPACITY
Forecast: Planned Resources (FTE) 3 4 6 8
Forecast: Planned Mandays 20 72 108 144
Estimated: Efficiency Factor 1 1 1 1

Release 1 Burndown Chart


800
720
700 667

595
600

500 487

400
343

300

199
200

100

0
Start Spri nt 1 Spri nt 2 Spri nt 3 Sprint 4 Spri nt 5
Actual Work rema i ni ng at the end of spri nt Forecast: Work remai ni ng at the end of spri nt
Sprint 5 Sprint 6

343 199
144 199
199 0

343 199
144 199
199 0

8 5
144 90
1 1

199

0
Spri nt 5 Spri nt 6
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