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- Agile Prioritization Exercise: Bob's Custom Cars
- In order to help users understand prioritization of issues, we're going to present them with a sandbox exercise that forces them to prioritize in a setting not directly tied to their business needs.
- # Introduce exercise
- # Have users dream/envision the features they might want
- # Grooming
- We're going to buy a new car. But we don't want any car, we want a special car; a car custom built to our exact specifications. So we've hired Bob's Custom Cars to build us the vehicle of our dreams and it's going to be *awesome*. It's going to be so awesome that we're planning a huge party to show everyone our brand new car when it's ready.
- Bob's doesn't work like other dealerships where you have a car model and you can pick packages of features. At Bob's, you pick the features you want from the ground up: engine, doors, seats, leather interior, whatever you want.
- starting examples
- * engine
- * wheels
- * automatic transmission
- * for wheels, specify how many and talk about acceptance criteria
- * talk about acceptance criteria vs implementation details
- Pointing and Dependencies
- - Post-it Notes
- - Whiteboard
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