Agile projects still need user requirements before we can progress with development. But unlike waterfall projects it is accepted that this will be high level at the start of a project. There will be a general understanding of what the business needs from the project. Using Agile, we accept that this may change as the project develops; for example, due to other business or external changes. The full involvement of the business as a key part of the project also allows flexibility in the definition of requirements as more detail can be added as the project progresses.

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