Save £12 Million every year > Save £3 Million every quarter   
The Big Agile Toolkit: no Dogma, no Bias, no Accreditation, no Exams & no Fees   
 Waterfall Scope is the same  Waterfall Scope is the same   Agile projects are just managed scope creep   Agile projects are just managed scope creep

Well that is not true either. Scope is defined as part of the User Requirements Workshop.

Learned representatives of the organisation provide their assessment of the high level requirements to be delivered in the resultant solution. Whilst deriving these requirements in the workshop these personnel will have uncovered confusion and clarified misunderstanding surrounding the area of scope and features, thus defining it more accurately and concisely.

The workshop technique delivers a definition of scope and features that more closely match true business needs while eliminating what is often termed "feature frenzy" or "feature creep" and other wasted efforts to deliver functionality that the business simply does not demand.

Buffer



 Waterfall Scope is the same     Waterfall Scope is the same   Agile projects are just managed scope creep    Agile projects are just managed scope creep



Glossary:     a  »   b  »   c  »   d  »   e  »   f  »   g  »   h  »   i  »   j  »   k  »   l  »   m  »   n  »   o  »   p  »   q  »   r  »   s  »   t  »   u  »   v  »   w  »   x  »   y  »   z


#personas  »   #artefacts  »   #archetypes  »   #patterns  »   #change  »   #personas  »   #increasingoutput  »   #reducingvariation  »   #improveefficiency  »   #abstraction  »   #predictionandcontrol  »   #management  »   #organisations  »   #socialnetworktheory  »   #failfast  »   #quality  »   #waste  »   #complexity  »   #learning  »   #adapt  »   #inspect  »   #improvement  »   #models  »   #complexadaptivesystems  »   #informationflow  »   #sytemsthinking  »   #butterflyeffect  »   #unpredictability  »   #chaos  »   #emergence  »   #emergentbehaviour  »   #distributedcontrol  »   #continuousimprovement  »   #complexityscience  »   #gametheory  »  
 Agile In 6 Steps    |    Projectivity    |    Instant Agile    |    Risks    |    Auditing Agile Projects 
Big Agile Toolkit Book (Amazon Japan)   |   Big Agile Toolkit Book (Barnes and Noble)
Buy the Big Agile Toolkit Book   |   Buy the Big Agile Toolkit Kindle eBook
Agile projects have no scope






   


The Big Agile Toolkit

 SPADE: Successful Pragmatic Agile Delivery Everytime™ 
   
Topic: 431  Page: 433/444  Progress: 97.5%
 About    |    Author 
Follow @BigAgileToolkit


This content can be copied to third parties for personal use if you acknowledge the source of the material with website URL (http://www.bigagiletoolkit.com/) and Twitter hashtag (#BigAgileToolkit).
In all other cases, no part of bigagiletoolkit or associated text or website may be copied reproduced or redistributed in any form or by any means without prior permission in writing from the author.
Agile Project Governance for Cost Conscious Companies™

All rights reserved.