Chapter 9. Iterating, Backlog, Throughput, and Kanban
We place the highest value on actual implementation and taking action. There are many things one doesn’t understand; therefore, we ask them, why don’t you just go ahead and take action?
—Fuijo Cho, Chairman, Toyota Motor Corporation
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In the previous chapters, we introduced the user story as the primary carrier of requirements through the value stream; described sources of requirements through understanding project and system stakeholders, user needs,...
- Chapter 9. Iterating, Backlog, Throughput, and Kanban
- from Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: December 2010
Agile development is based on iteration. Each iteration delivers new requirements. Understanding this mechanism will help you mitigate technical risk and build increasing amounts of user value in small increments. This lesson also provides perspectives on the importance and creation of the backlog and kanban techniques.
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