People at work are thirsting for context, yearning to know that what they do contributes to a larger whole.

—Daniel Pink


The Vision describes a future view of the Solution to be developed, reflecting Customer and stakeholder needs, as well as Features and Capabilities that are proposed to address those needs. It also describes markets, Customer segments, and user needs to be served. It provides the larger, contextual overview and purpose of the solution under development. It sets the boundaries against which new features, Nonfunctional Requirements, and other content decisions are based.

The vision is both aspirational and tactical ...

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