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Agile Requirements: What’s the Big Deal?

Are “agile requirements” really that different from requirements on other projects?

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Agile development approaches are currently used in most software organizations at least some of the time. With the rise in popularity of agile methods, business analysts and product owners often use the term “agile requirements” to label their work.




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Karl Wiegers

Karl Wiegers

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