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7141Re: Product Metaphor

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  • Roman Pichler
    Jul 24, 2010
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      I distinguish between the product vision and the project charter. The latter describes the relevant information to turn the vision into a successful product including the project org, the delivery date and the budget. Best regards, Roman

      --- In agile-usability@yahoogroups.com, Joshua Kerievsky <joshua@...> wrote:
      > On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 3:03 AM, Roman Pichler <
      > roman.pichler@...> wrote:
      > > Nice post. Like others in the agile community, I have used the term
      > > "product vision" to capture the essence of a product, to sketch what the
      > > product should roughly look like and do, and to galvanise everyone involved
      > > in the development effort: http://bit.ly/cSZspJ and http://amzn.to/crkiAW
      > Hi Roman,
      > Yes, product visioning is great.
      > For me, it is part of a larger practice called Chartering (
      > http://www.industrialxp.org/projectChartering.html).
      > My friend III turned me on to Chartering many years ago and around 2002 I
      > made it a regular part of our Agile practice, as I found it to be extremely
      > helpful to our clients.
      > I've never included "metaphor" in Chartering and of late I'm seeing a power
      > in product metaphor that is exciting.
      > best,
      > jk
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