Join Claudine Peet for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Applying Agile MoSCoW Prioritization.
- I really hope that you found this course useful…and that you now feel confident…in applying MoSCoW Prioritization to your projects.…So what now?…Having completed this course,…you may want to go and have a look…at some of these other authors on LinkedIn…who have great follow-up or add-on courses…you may find helpful.…If you would like a more formal course or qualification,…take a look at these sites for information…on their accredited training courses.…Please also feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.…
I'm always happy to hear your feedback…or answer any queries you may have.…I also deliver courses worldwide…with a number of training providers,…so if you're after training, get in touch by email.…Finally, I wish you all success…in applying MoSCoW to your projects…and, of course, on delivering exactly…what the business needs to achieve high value results.…
- What are fixed and non-fixed project variables?
- Documenting requirements
- Prioritizing requirements
- Testing requirements
- Tracking projects
- Dealing with requirements changes
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2. Defining Requirements
3. Prioritizing Requirements
4. Dealing with Changes in Requirements
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