Chapter 7. Requirements & PBIs

My formula for success is rise early, work late, and strike oil.J. Paul Getty

“We cannot possibly fit our requirement into a two-week iteration, and there is no way it can be made smaller,” said a manager to us—actually, said hundreds of times to us by different people. It is the standard view in the world of big embedded systems. Fortunately, it is not true.

This chapter covers experiments related to requirements analysis, modeling, or management, most connected to scaling. More broadly, it considers all kinds of Product Backlog Items—PBIs or ‘items.’

It starts with suggestions related to organizing items ...

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