Agile software development leverages requirements management (RM) and offers many improvement opportunities for established RM practices. At the same time, agile RM must often be adopted to its specific application contexts and be combined with established RM. This is especially true for more complex areas like continuous product development and integrated hardware/software systems.
This presentation provides a brief overview of requirements management in the agile development lifecycle using methods like Scrum, XP, and Kanban. It introduces agile RM practices such as user stories and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFeTM). Using examples from requirements tool Jama, the presentation illustrates how tool infrastructure can effectively support agile requirements management.
Contents of the presentation are:
- What is agile development? What is agile requirements management?
- Definition and agreement on agile user stories
- Requirements reviews & collaboration
- The interaction of requirements and tests in agile development
- Transition to agile RM