- Neha Patkar
Involve stakeholders iteratively using tools like brainstorming, nominal group techniques, and workshops, and get the approved prioritized requirements for the workable product development
Understand stakeholder’s requirements using a tool like a workshop and build a prototype
Understand the product requirements from stakeholders using group decision-making techniques to prioritize and implement requirements iteratively.
Hold a meeting for questionnaires and surveys to get the feedback in each iteration
The question is about the "Collect Requirements" process. PMBOK 5.2
All choices are correct and can be used to gather product requirements.
However, the catch here is the word "workable version of the product."
You can use any suitable group-decision making tool to get the prioritized requirements; the main point is that you iteratively involve stakeholders to get feedback on a workable version of the product.
I answered 1st option . Unable to understand why option C is correct. 1st option includes group technique too along with catch word which is workable product unlike option C
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