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Is the product owner responsible to make long-term estimations about PBI in Scrum?
We know in Scrum, the responsible for make estimations is solely responsibility of the development team, but in long term planning, for example a release planning, we'd to have some kind of estimation about all of PBI in order to feed planning burn up or estimates the amount of sprints needed to complete the product.
So is resonsible the Product Owner to make this estimations, and how the PO could
perform this in order to make a realistic long term planning?
Just like your short-term planning, the team is asked to make any long-term estimates as well. If you are using story points, they can account for unknowns and risks as well as effort, so the team should be able to make long-term estimates without all of the details.
Just like your short-term planning, the team is asked to make any long-term estimates as well. If you are using story points, they can account for unknowns and risks as well as effort, so the team should be able to make long-term estimates without all of the details.2018-07-18 03:34:44