Defining important check points in the conception, evolution, funding or deployment of a software system can be difficult to do in a practice-independent way. This often leads to checkpoints that focus on the way the team does its work and the documentation it produces rather than the results that it achieves. The use of the Alpha State Cards to define check points makes the checkpoints result focused, light-weight and practice independent. It also enables them to be used by any and all teams regardless of the development approach they are using.
Use this game to define practice independent checkpoints with automatically generated practice independent checklists.