As an IT leader, you need your Agile teams to efficiently deliver products that meet customer needs, work well, and are easily maintained. Too often, however, teams fail to meet this goal; while many companies have worked to improve the quality of their functional requirements (“what” the software needs to do), many haven’t recognized that non-functional requirements (those that define “how well” the software should work) are just as critical, possibly even more so.
One of the biggest questions today is “Where do Non-Functional Requirements fit into Agile”? The answer is that they should influence the acceptance criteria of user stories as well as the definition of one. The problem is that they are often left out of both artifacts.
This white paper will explore:
- The importance of non-functional requirements
- The big payoff of improving non-functional requirements
- 4 concepts that will improve your non-functional requirements
To read more about the points above, fill out the form and download the white paper, “4 Concepts To Improve Your Non-Functional Requirements.”