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Many agile methodologies assume a customer (or product owner) walks into the room with a swack of money and a pile of story cards and tells the development team to start building the functionality described on the top few cards. Sometimes this works but often it doesn't. This session provides an overview of what needs to go on “behind the scenes” between when a project is conceived and when development can start in earnest. It identifies the activities that may need to be conducted, whether and when they should be conducted and who should be involved in those activities.

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