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  1. Mary Poppendieck
  2. Wicked Problems
  3. Software Development Magazine V10n5(May 2002)pp72-75
  4. =ESSAY MANAGEMENT CLIENT USER SYSTEM SITUATION ANALYSIS
  5. Traces definition of Wicked problem (vs tame problem) to 1973 article by Horst Rittel and Melvin Webber "Dilemmas in a General Theory of Planning", Policy sciences V4, Elsevier. [DeGraceStahl90]
  6. Wicked problems are embedded in a dynamic and conflict ridden situation that will reject all attempted solutions. Hence death matches IKIWISI....
  7. Describes how to recognize wickedness.
  8. Warns against defining and solving problems.
  9. First tame the wickedness by discussion and debate. Then use agile or adaptive methods -- eg scrum [RisingJanoff00] -- to rapidly learn as you solve.

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