Applying Agile to the requirements management process
Some big challenges with Agile focus on the people versus the methodology. Groups do not ask for help and are associated with questionable results. They often end up going back to their old way of doing things. Groups have no structured way to share what they have learned. Teams have no way to measure the success of agile methodology. Disciplin Agile extends Agile development across the entire lifecycle. It is not only focused on the software development phase.
Here are some key points to remember if you’re considering moving to Agile .
Know the complexity of your project. Consider the size, the estimated time and effort, the number of people involved, and the location of those people.
Ask experts to help you and don’t be afraid to ask them for help. If your process is now in chaos, moving to Agile without some structure and discipline will create Agile chaos.
Thanks for the ways of separating the job requirements definition . Do the requirements as needed instead of trying to complete them in advance. There are several ways to break up work, features being one of them.
Start the Agile approach at the beginning and use it throughout the lifecycle, from requirements to development and testing.
Think of ways to measure Agile success and consistently maintain metrics against those measures.
Agile – Scrum process with a requirements management tool
One of the most famous processes in the flexible world is Rugby . In theory, Scrum does not need software tools to manage ‘epics’, ‘user stories’, ‘product backlogs’ or ‘sprints’ . Simply put, all you need is a whiteboard and lots of post-it ® . But what if your Scrum team is distributed? Or if you want to benefit from work done in the past? Then it would be useful to store the data somewhere…