Agile Tip of the Day, 11 May 2021

In addition to having a Definition of Ready, some teams do a ranking of the Product Backlog Item readiness as gold, silver and bronze to visualize how much refinement they have done and how much more to refine. A big number of gold items towards the top of the backlog means the backlog is in good shape and the definition of ready has been met by the items and they are ready to be taken for development within the sprint.

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