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Lean Design Trade-Offs Checklist. Trade-Offs. Used to prioritize and simplify the Product Backlog items. Team has identified a clear Roadmap. Scope is prioritized in a Backlog. Usability. Architecture. Complexity is identfiied for PBI.
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Lean Design Trade-Offs Checklist Trade-Offs Used to prioritize and simplify the Product Backlog items Team has identified a clear Roadmap Scope is prioritized in a Backlog Usability Architecture Complexityis identfiied for PBI Prioritization is done considering end to end value Must Have, Should Have, Could Have, Would Like are identified in first MVP Several MVPs have been defined Team details only first MVP MVPs have business goals, not technical Synchronous / Asynchronous options have been discussed There is no screen when it’s useless Reuseof existing components is discussed on complex items Modularity/Monolithic is discussed to group items together Standardization/ Customizationis considered per item Team concentrates on 80% of the scenarios and decrease priorities for others Hidden features (with no business value) have been identified Exciting features are integrated for users adoption Technology alternatives is discussed on complex items Team concentrates on options and constraints and not on one unique solution Items with high value are modular Availability of service is only what is needed Relative estimation has been done Response time has been challenged for time consuming items Replacing automation by manual process is discussed on complex items PBI = Product Backlog Items PB = Product Backlog MVP= Minimum Viable Product