SOR 519 Defining Use Cases for a Product
Adam discusses the importance of defining use cases thoroughly and early
Join Adam as he discusses the importance of defining use cases thoroughly and early
- The exercise of use case definition should be a formal step in the product development process
- Include as much of the team as possible. It’s the corner cases that drive the warranty cost in many product lines
- Keep the use case’s “alive”. Revisit them and see if any case factors have changed or new information found.
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SOR 519 Defining Use Cases for a ProductAdam Bahret
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