Chapter 9

Artifacts for the Generic Requirements Value Chain

Agile enterprise data warehousing developers need to actively participate in shaping a project backlog so that if their product owner struggles with his leadership role, they can guide him in defining project requirements. Developers can actively participate in defining and validating the requirements of their projects using several context-defining artifacts commonly used by generic agile teams, such as mind maps, vision boxes, vision statements, and product roadmaps. These generic agile requirements artifacts prompt the product owner to think more deeply about the application being requested so that she can provide a dependable and coherent stream of user stories. They also enable ...

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