There is a myth that Agile doesn’t deliver documentation.  It’s not true.

We always do the documentation that is required during a BI project, such as design and as built documents, what differs is the way we create them and when.

A waterfall project is all about big documents upfront, what we call the BGU (big guess upfront).  You spend a large amount of time guessing what is required to be built and putting that in a document so some poor person down the project timeline can pick this document and develop from it.

[[team document as they go]]

[[document is always up to date]]

[[allows you to version the requirements as you discover new things]]

[[documentation is always in one place, design, technical design, as built, business rules, jira issues]]

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