Best practices and compounding debt.
There are a ton of best practices, principles and processes out there. Letting others convince you of best practices is a dangerous game. Especially if the main premise is that it worked before on other projects or with other teams. What works for one team and type of dev project may not work for others so please explore but be cautious.
You may want to start by sitting down with your Designers, Developers, QA testers, and support team to determine what’s working and what’s not. Don’t be afraid to ask the hard questions because the root of the problem may not be your process or principles at all. Then discuss the trade offs and potential downside of deaveraging a single methodology across a large organization if applicable.
Prioritizing is one of the most important skills of any organization or team. This is one of my favorite all time blog post comparing some of the more popular methodologies. Give it a read then discuss why your preferred method is best for your team, stakeholders and business at this point in your lifecycle.
If you want to explore “The Periodic Table of Product Prioritization Techniques” check out foldingburritos.com blog .