Agile Methods Value-Driven Delivery Tasks

Domain II Value-Driven Delivery

    Agile Methods Value-Driven Delivery Tasks

  • Value driven delivery consists of 14 tasks to related domain such as,

    •  Value driven delivery is one of the principles for agile project carried out to realize the value.

    •  Prioritization is one of the main processes to organize or select product backlog and user stories for implementation.

    •  Value-based prioritization is to collect most important deal delivers first.

    •  In agile principles, the monetary values for identifying the value of the project such as ROI, NPV and IRR.

    •  Customer-valued prioritization delivers highest value to customers for technical feasibilities and risks in order to succeed customer support

    •  Value prioritization schemes are classified such as MoSCoW, Monopoly money, 100-point method, Dot-voting, KANO Analysis, CARVER and requirements prioritization model.

    •  All user stories are listed in relative prioritization or ranking in agile projects. Here new features are added and compared

    •  Minimally marketable features deliver value to customers, where it can reap return on investment immediately.

    •  Minimal viable product allows product Undone to Done status instantly.

    •  Compliance management requires for specification, policy, standards and law against for agile projects.

    •  Requirement review is done by group users or recognized experts on documentation and priorities on stakeholders.

    •  Earned value management is the tool used in traditional project to measure cost performance of agile project. This value is determined at the end of individual iteration for work done.

    •  EVM do not include the quality of project outcome rather than success in project. In EVM, schedule performance index is identified.

    •  Approved iterations are used in contract of work where the stakeholder approves product increment against backlog selected for iteration.

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