Do you even need a product backlog?

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A great question was posted on scrumdevelopment group, worthy of discussion. The question posed ... Summary Their business moves very quickly and, more often than not, any stories that enter a sprint will have been thought up and written up maybe only two or three days before a meeting of the stakeholders and the product owner to decide what the priorities are. Anything that doesn't make it into the list for them to estimate and add to the sprint will go on the product backlog, but will generally not be looked at again for a while, if ever. Question To...

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