Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
If you're looking for yet another way to help you prioritize your backlog or to help you shape your product's design, consider the Kano model. One concept in the Kano model is satisfiers and dissatisfiers. You can think of satisfiers as features you might ask for. You can think of a dissatisfier as an unmet need. It's something you wouldn't necessarily ask for (latent need.) You just expect it. It's absence is a dissatisfier.
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Loved it a lot - it gets me very close to the answer to my daily question "how I prioritize one task over another"