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Interviewing is both art and science, and it is something that any UE practitioner with a little additional time and moderation skills can employ to extract clear business requirements.
Analysts report that as many as 71 percent of software projects that fail do so because of poor requirements management, making it the single biggest reason for project failure – bigger than bad technology, missed deadlines or change management fiascoes.
First of all, failing to write a spec is the single biggest unnecessary risk you take in a software project. It’s as stupid as setting off to cross the Mojave desert with just the clothes on your back, hoping to “wing it.” Programmers and software enginee
Lots of requirement and project document templates.
These links lead to explainations of various aspects of requirements analysis and software engineering.
Having a hard time thinking of nonfunctional requirements? Here are some categories and “trigger questions” that may help.