This course explores the Scrum product backlog, including its purpose, and how it is used by a Scrum. You will examine the difference between product outcome and output, how to recognize and measure value, and several ordering techniques. The 13-video course examines product backlog, a prioritized feature list with descriptions of all functionalities needed in a product, and how it replaces the traditional business requirement document. Learners will observe how a product backlog is derived, and how it is used by the Scrum team. You will learn to compare product outcome and the output, describe the inherent value of the product backlog, and how to maximize this value. Next, you will examine the meaning of business value, techniques for measuring value, and the relationship between perceived value and the stakeholders. You will examine common techniques for product backlog ordering, such as the Carnot attribute, MoSCoW method (must-haves, should-haves, could-haves, and will not have), and Pareto principle. Finally, you will examine collaborative ordering techniques, such as bubble sort and customer games.