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Agile Conversations: The Importance of Non-Functional Requirements for Agile Success

by Casey Ayers

When building new things, functionality is always top of mind. But how the things we build work is just as critical to creating new value. Join Casey Ayers and Tommy van Schaik to learn how non-functional requirements define successful projects.

What you'll learn

Everyone knows that successful project teams build features and functions that generate value. But how we do so is critical in separating good from great. In this Agile Conversation, Casey Ayers and Tommy van Schaik discuss the importance of non-functional requirements, like reliability, resiliency, efficiency, compatibility, and more. By the end of this engaging discussion, you’ll have a new appreciation for how you manage the characteristics of project deliverables defines the value of your end results.

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The Importance of Non-Functional Requirements for Agile Success

About the author

Casey is an entrepreneurial leader with experience managing projects, analyzing challenges, and designing solutions in healthcare, mobile, digital media, online learning, and more. His Pluralsight courses have helped nearly 1,000,000 professionals gain the skills they need to tackle new challenges and earn globally-recognized certifications, including PMP, CBAP, CAPM, PMI-ACP, CompTIA Project+, ICAgile, and more.

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