Affinity Diagrams in Software Requirements Gathering

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There are a set of models in software requirements gathering that are useful to organize information. In video fifteen, we explain which models allow you to tie information together.

Affinity Diagrams tie things together and are a fun model to use in software requirements gathering to organize your otherwise chaotic information. We talk about what affinity diagrams are and how to create them using sticky notes in this video.

Seeing how an Affinity Diagram can be created on a whiteboard or in Excel is helpful since it is often a model used in other applications beyond software requirements gathering. In this video, we walk through an example of an Affinity Diagram.

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