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Software Endgames: Eliminating Defects, Controlling Change, and the Countdown to On-Time Delivery by Robert Galen

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Chapter Three. Developing Release Criteria and Working Views

All too often, product development teams struggle with effective priority decision-making. Usually, things get more difficult as the project progresses and business pressures to release the product build. Typically, projects define release criteria to guide the decision-making process. They define success for the project in the form of key objectives and requirements that the product must meet prior to being released. In many cases, the criteria focus on functionality, performance, and quality targets for the product.

I’ve developed a decision method or tool to help you visualize key project drivers or priorities and balance them alongside one another—I call it a “Working View,” as ...

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