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Quality requirements contribute to the success of agile and traditional project management projects. The requirements definition process followed in a traditional project management framework and the features-based storyboarding that is typical of agile approaches are different, but they also have many similarities. The actual process used to define and gather requirements may be different, but the criteria for quality requirements remain constant. What are these similarities and differences in the process of gathering requirements? What happens to the role of the business analyst in an agile environment?
Requirements are requirements no matter the approach used, be it agile or traditional. In order to begin to understand the differences between requirements development and management in an agile environment and in a traditional environment, one must first be clear on the definition of a requirement, and then understand the core principles of requirements development and management.
Author: Nancy Y. Nee, PMP
posted @ Thursday, July 23, 2009 12:14 PM by ajmarkos
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