This paper presents two patterns for requirements prioritization in a collective. A collective is a group of stakeholders with a common need. The stakeholders join the collective to create an infrastructure that they can leverage to develop their own products more effectively. This new organizational model differs from the traditional value chain, and changes the way requirements are identified and prioritized.

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Keywords collective, pattern, prioritization, requirements
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1109/RePa.2011.6046724
Conference 2011 1st International Workshop on Requirements Patterns, RePa'11
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Weiss, M. (2011). Pay to play or requirements prioritization in collectives. Presented at the 2011 1st International Workshop on Requirements Patterns, RePa'11. doi:10.1109/RePa.2011.6046724