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Time-Boxed Planning

Goal contributions

Major Goal Minor Goal Contribution Value Situation
Improved Effectiveness (performance) Manage business value delivery + The use of MoSCow forces customers to specify the requirements that are necessary for them, or those that are just nice to have
Improved Project Management More Tangible Progress Monitoring + Time-boxed development helps to monitor and control the activities of project
Improved Project Management Handling flexibility of requirements + Time-boxes + MoSCoW ruls helps to hamdle the flexible requirements
Improved Project Management More Visibility of Project + Time-boxes makes project progress more visible

Requisite contributions

(S - Satisfied, PS - Partially Satisfied, U - Undefined, D - Denied, PD - Partly Denied)

Major Requisite Minor Requisite Requisite Satisfaction Value Situation
customer be beneficial to the team customer be competent PS
customer be beneficial to the team customer be credible PS
customer be beneficial to the team customer be knowledgeable (about domain needs, priorities) PS
customer be beneficial to the team customer have managerial support PS

Study information

ID:
61

Name:
Barritt2002

URL:
http://link.aip.org/link/?CCEJEL/13/94/1

Study Type:
Empirical Study

Study Format:
Experiment Report

Description:
NA

Organization:
Wessex Water

Year:
2002

Reference:
Barritt; D. (2002). IEC 61131 and DSDM in real-time process control applications. In Computing & Control Engineering Journal; 13(2); 94-100.

Title of Paper:
NA

Conference Name:
NA

Abstract:
NA