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RE: [ia-55] Group Workshop Techniques for Identifying Business Goals

From: Michelle J.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 11:34 AM
Hi - There are a couple great ideas on developing a product vision and goals in Lyssa Adkins' book, "Coaching Agile Teams".   The best section is on identifying the product vision and goals as a team building exercise; we've used her recommendation several times with great success in getting everyone to contribute and buy-into the goals of a web and mobile products (sorry can't go into the how-to detail right now).


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Checking to see if anyone has any recommendations for workshop games/techniques for identifying business goals for a website. Will be working with about 10 stakeholders. Goal of the meeting is to identify business goals, KPIs and measures of success. I have had success using Post-Its and free-form listing, then having the group chunk, categorize and prioritze goals. Checking to see if anyone recommends any other techniques.



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