CHAPTER 4: PROJECT INITIATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT

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The initial phases of any project, waterfall or Agile, are important to set the scope of the project and ensure commitment from all concerned to achieve the desired outcomes. For Agile projects these project initiation and risk assessment phases are likely to be less formal than for waterfall, with the aim of achieving quick decisions and getting started on product development rather than documentation delivery. However, it is still necessary to ensure the project is desirable and will meet specific business needs. Given the use of Agile for cost reduction it is more important than ever ...

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