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Stakeholder Interviews

Stakeholder Interviews are simple, semi-structured interviews with key members in the client organization. We consider “key members” as those who are responsible for funding, selling, or driving the development of the product or service in question (i.e.  members of the executive team and any closely related functional management). These interviews are intended to focus on high-level requirements. They generally avoid any technical specifics of the features, functionality, content, or any other detailed aspects of a solution.  The objective at this level is to focus on defining the need, not the solution.

ABT uses Miro for taking stakeholder interview notes to be used in further steps.