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Envisioning can include any other type of work that those involved agree is relevant to achieving the target confidence threshold. Perhaps we want to do minimal market research into the target customers or users. Or maybe we want to do a quick competitive analysis of the proposed product against other offerings in the marketplace. Or perhaps we want to create a rough business model to help us decide whether the product passes the organization’s “economic filter.”

Some organizations might even decide to organize the envisioning work into one or more sprints. In these cases the assigned team (the envisioning Scrum team if you will) maintains a backlog of envisioning-related work that is prioritized and worked on in short-duration sprint cycles (perhaps one-week sprints). Some of these sprints might involve knowledge-acquisition work, as described in Chapter 5. Examples of knowledge-acquisition sprints might include creating a prototype or proof of concept of the product look and feel, or a critical architectural feature.


  

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