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Beyond Requirements: Analysis with an Agile Mindset by Kent J. McDonald

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Chapter 14. Understanding the Solution(s)

Introduction

The title of this chapter implies that there may be multiple options to choose from for satisfying a given need. It is certainly worth considering in some situations, and teams ignore this possibility to their detriment. In other cases, however, there is a clear-cut way of satisfying a given need. The trick is figuring out when you need to create a list of options to pick from, and when you need to figure out all the things you need to do to deliver a clear solution.

Confused? How about a few examples?

You are on the board at a small private school and find that communications are choppy between the administration and faculty and the parents. In addition, you have received multiple complaints ...

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