Although documentation needs are bound to reduce drastically with agile practices, certain documentation needs remain. An example is that of employees complaining about the difficulty of finding the reliable, to-the-point service descriptions, lessons learned, do’s and don’ts and the company directions. That’s documentation they need to do their job properly. If unsolved, this would mean a critical gap, preventing employees from becoming agile.
Quick access to the reliable and to-the-point documentation employees need to do their job.
Structures and solutions creating flexibility while keeping product and service quality at high levels.
Two documentation styles: One for ‘assembly-line’/automation type needs and one for the flexibility needs.
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