DSDM defines 14 products, which are used by various roles throughout the process. These products can have different formats based on the nature of the project; e.g., document, information radiator, and model.
Similar to the roles, each product has a nature, which is one of the following:
The fourth type of interest for roles is process, which doesn’t have a category in products because process-related artifacts are mixed with managerial ones and categorized as management products.
Most of these products evolve throughout the project to reflect the feedback we’ve got and to incorporate them into the project.
List of products
The following are the products:
- Terms of Reference
- Business Case
- Prioritized Requirements List
- Solution Architecture Definition
- Development Approach Definition
- Delivery Plan
- Management Approach Definition
- Feasibility Assessment
- Foundation Summary
- Evolving Solution
- Timebox Plan
- Timebox Review Record
- Project Review Report
- Benefits Assessment
NOTE: This section of the wiki is not detailed yet. I’ll come back to this after the first increment and add more detail :)
Written by Nader K. Rad
This is (and will be) a work in progress: More details will be added in the future, depending on the feedback.
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