An appropriate and complete requirements specification does nothing to ensure a successful implementation; however, it makes it possible. – Kulak &...Read More
During some time off a while back, I went to Project Gutenberg and downloaded The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. I still haven’t read them all, but I was surprised to see the great detective speak out so strongly in favor of requirements in A Scandal in Bohemia.Read More
There have been some really interesting articles in recent days and weeks that have been comparing use cases and user stories, and highlighting the advantages of each. I’ve cherry-picked some of the best from my collection of bookmarks to share with you here.
Regardless of what method you use, it is good to be familiar with the available options and their relative strengths and weaknesses.Read More
Understanding the limitations of requirements management tools, and the importance of analysis skills.Read More
Good questions lead to good requirements.Read More
My company has been looking at requirements management solutions, which has provided me with the unique opportunity to play the “user” role for a change, and to do a little research into the attributes that make requirements management successful.
Anyway, what I’d like to do with this post is to share a few items I’ve found on the Web as well as some of my own thoughts on what might be of use to others who might be looking for a requirements management solution.Read More
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