Programs represent a collection of related projects. The objective of a program is to produce business results as they have been identified in the Program Vision Statement. The Prioritized Program Backlog includes Product Backlogs for every project within the program. According to the Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK), the Program level includes five (5) major processes.
Figure 1: Create a Program or Portfolio Components
Figure 2: Review and Update Scrum Guidance Body
Figure 3: Create and Groom Program or Portfolio Backlog
Figure 4: Coordinate Program or Portfolio Components
Figure 5: Retrospect Program or Portfolio Releases
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