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Immersive Learning Dojo /ˈdōˌjō/: An immersive environment where agile teams embark on an intensive learning journey that enables teams to make breakthroughs more rapidly and consistently.
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When you have to prioritize a list of requirements from different stakeholders or customers, you can choose from many different methods. One popular method, advocated by lean-agile approaches such as SAFe®, is weighted shortest job first (WSJF).

WSJF is an approach that gives preference to items that provide the most economic impact in the shortest duration.

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When you want to express a requirement for functionality in SAFe, you can use stories, features, capabilities and epics. When is each of these used? What level of detail do they contain? And, who has content authority for them?
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The Scrum Guide lists the first responsibility of a product owner in managing the backlog as “Clearly expressing Product Backlog items” but what is a backlog item?

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Incremental development slices work into small bite-sized pieces. These are called increments. Each increment builds on top of what has gone before. Fully functional modules grow bit-by-bit over time. Each evolution adds to preceding functionality.

Iterative development is the process of repeating and refining a cycle/way of working. This is called an iteration.

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