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Jef Newsom is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 15, 2010
Just to be clear, Chris, the Good-Better-Best gradients are for levels of functionality on any given requirement, not just ways to classify requirements. The two are similar, but I'm specifically talking about a way to take a single story and ask the questions: What is good enough to get us to market? What would be better to make the product more usuable? Do we need it now, or can we defer that until later? What is the best thing we can build and does the customer need or want that? Are there differences in cost between these implementations? What are the respective ROIs?