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- Mary Poppendieck
- Wicked Problems
- Software Development Magazine V10n5(May 2002)pp72-75
- =ESSAY MANAGEMENT CLIENT USER SYSTEM SITUATION ANALYSIS
- 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.
- Wicked problems are embedded in a dynamic and conflict ridden situation that will reject all attempted solutions. Hence death matches IKIWISI....
- Describes how to recognize wickedness.
- Warns against defining and solving problems.
- First tame the wickedness by discussion and debate. Then use agile or
adaptive methods -- eg scrum
-- to rapidly learn as you solve.
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