Requirements management is one of the cornerstone activities in software development. Agile methodologies use dedicated methods, techniques and artifacts in order to implement this activity. Remarkably, Backlog Grooming is the activity of managing and welcoming changing requirements in SCRUM. However, current industrial practices in agile development still tend to render this process in the shape of a list of statements, features and bug fixes that often leads to a blurred view of the goals of the project, the underestimation of client's needs and the decrease of the ability to respond to changes. In this paper we outline an approach that uses goal and agent oriented modelling techniques in order to fill in this "intentional" gap that current industrial approaches lack.
CitationColomer, D.; Franch, X. StarGro: Building i* metrics for agile methodologies. A: International i* Workshop. "Proceedings of the Seventh International i* Workshop: co-located with the 26th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2014): Thessaloniki, Greece, June 16-17, 2014 (CEUR Workshop Proceedings; 1157)". Thessaloniki: CEUR-WS.org, 2014.
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