Potential for Agility

Posted October 9, 2007 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies

An agile requirements strategy is one where there is no wasted effort. All the effort you spend on requirements (meeting, interviewing, modeling, reviewing, prototyping, documenting, testing -- everything) brings you closer to being able to meet your project's goals. But not all projects have the same potential for agility.

About The Author
Suzanne Robertson
Suzanne Robertson is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practice. She is also Principal and founder of the Atlantic Systems Guild. Ms. Robertson’s work includes research and consulting on the management, sociological, and technological aspects of requirements. Volere, the product of her research, is a complete requirements process and template for assessing requirements quality and… Read More
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