Adaptive planning is the creation and maintenance of an evolving plan from start to finish based on goals, values, risks, constraints, stakeholder feedback, and the results of reviews.
What is Adaptive Planning
Agile planning is an ongoing activity. Adaptive planning is the creation and maintenance of an evolving plan from start to finish based on goals, values, risks, constraints, stakeholder feedback, and the results of reviews. Planning is done at multiple levels (strategic, release, iteration, daily). The details of the planing is progressively elaborated by using the rolling wave planning. Agile plans are inspected and adapted to reflect changes in requirements, schedules, and budgets, and reprioritized based on team experience, delivery experience, stakeholder feedback, and deficiencies to maximize the business value of delivery.
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Innovation games (aka. collaborative games) refer to a form of exercise and group work in which customers or agile teams generate ideas or feedback through a series of directed games to solve complex problems or gather requirements for products or services.
Requirement or story-gathering is a process to engage different types of users (or their representatives) and create personas to collect functional and non-functional requirements and gain a comprehensive understanding of potential interactions with system users.
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