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Extreme Scoping by Larissa T Moss

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Chapter 11

Planning – Where the Rubber Meets the Road

The last three steps of the Extreme Scoping planning process are where the rubber meets the road. This is where you find out whether or not your development track teams can comfortably deliver the first release in the original best-guess timeframe. 

So far, your competent and balanced core team has reviewed the entire EDW/BI service request and has sized up its scope. The core team members agreed on whether the EDW/BI service request is the size of an elephant, a tiger, or a mouse. They also agreed on the best way to break the EDW/BI service request into smaller releases, the approximate ...

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