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The Impact of MMF Ordering

In the previous simplified example, there were only a few MMFs, and they were easy to identify, were all equally valuable in revenue terms, and all took the same amount of time to develop. In this idealized scenario the question of which MMF to develop first does not arise.

In the real world, things are usually quite different. The task of grouping use cases to create MMFs is to some extent both an art and a methodological process. Furthermore, the order in which MMFs are developed can radically affect the financial model of the project. At the very least, it can determine whether the project is self-funding or not.

This subject is explored in the next chapter.

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