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 The Product Owner should leverage this information in their forecasts. A typical approach is to use three data points - the minimum, the average, and the maximum - to be more informed about the forecast. So here the minimum is 21 Points, the maximum is 30, and the average is around 24-25. We can use this information with our prioritized backlog: The Product Owner should leverage this information in their forecasts. A typical approach is to use three data points - the minimum, the average, and the maximum - to be more informed about the forecast. So here the minimum is 21 Points, the maximum is 30, and the average is around 24-25. We can use this information with our prioritized backlog:
  
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 The way to think about this is to look at the items between the average and maximum Velocity - these have a significant risk of not happening based on current knowledge. If you see things there that are a significant problem, then these need to be worked now. Perhaps we need to re-prioritize the Backlog to bring in the items of concern. Perhaps we need to find another Team to do the work. Perhaps … The way to think about this is to look at the items between the average and maximum Velocity - these have a significant risk of not happening based on current knowledge. If you see things there that are a significant problem, then these need to be worked now. Perhaps we need to re-prioritize the Backlog to bring in the items of concern. Perhaps we need to find another Team to do the work. Perhaps …
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-  * [[blog:why_a_plan_based_on_average_velocity_will_fail|Why a Plan Based on Average Velocity Will Fail?]] +  * [[why_a_plan_based_on_average_velocity_will_fail|Why a Plan Based on Average Velocity Will Fail?]] 
-  * [[blog:why_should_we_work_harder_to_eliminate_the_effect_of_dependencies|Why Should We Work Harder to Eliminate the Effect of Dependencies?]]+  * [[why_should_we_work_harder_to_eliminate_the_effect_of_dependencies|Why Should We Work Harder to Eliminate the Effect of Dependencies?]]
   * [[how_can_we_forecast_when_we_do_not_have_a_lot_of_data|How Can We Forecast When We Do Not Have a Lot of Data?]]   * [[how_can_we_forecast_when_we_do_not_have_a_lot_of_data|How Can We Forecast When We Do Not Have a Lot of Data?]]
  
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