When the entire solution cannot be built or implemented at once, which factors drive the solution scope?
- The highest-priority requirements must be implemented first. Additional high-priority requirements must also be included as money and time permits.
- Requirements cost, priority, difficulty to implement and relationship to other requirements help determine decisions about solution scope.
- The requirements that will cause the least interruption to the business should be implemented first.
- Estimate each requirement and choose the combination that allows the most requirements to be satisfied by the target date of the project.
You Answered: B
Correct Answer: B
Correct! Business priority should not be the only factor in determining solution scope. Other items such as cost, effort, technical needs and dependencies must also be considered. The approaches suggested in responses “C” and “D” may result in missed high-priority requirements.