Time Boxing Planning: Buffered Moscow Rules

Time boxing is a management technique which prioritizes schedule over deliverables but time boxes which are merely a self, or an outside, imposed target without agreed partial outcomes and justified certainty are at best, an expression of good will on the part of the team. This paper proposes the use of a modified set of Moscow rules which accomplish the objectives of prioritizing deliverables and providing a degree of assurance as a function of the uncertainty of the underlying estimates.

Provided by: Carnegie Mellon University Topic: Enterprise Software Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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