For the purposes of the BABOK® Guide, the following classification schema describes requirements
The purpose of the lessons learned process is to compile and document successes, opportunities for improvement, failures, and recommendations for improving the performance of future projects or
Prototyping is a proven method for product design. It works by providing an early model of the final result, known as a prototype.
Job stories are used to represent a product backlog item (PBI) or requirement, in terms of a job to be done, by a stakeholder.
Kano analysis is used to understand which product characteristics or qualities will prove to be a significant differentiator in the marketplace and help to drive customer satisfaction.
Metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) measure the performance of the product or other attributes that are relevant to developing the product.
Reviews are used to demonstrate and inspect an increment of the solution with stakeholders to elicit feedback to determine if the solution being developed aligns with the need.
Value modelling focuses solution development on value delivery by tracing decisions to the value perspective of the stakeholder.
After choosing the right set of metrics for the product, Product Owners must utilize the information obtained from these metrics. Any metrics used as KPIs must lead to the discovery of new