Framing Your Requirements

Defining product and project scope provides us with the critical framework for requirements development. In order to define the scope of the project’s end result (the product) and the project’s implementation needs (the project itself), it is critical to understand the difference between product and project scope and which one should be addressed first in […]
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Business Analysis Techniques: Decision Analysis

According to the BABOK®, performing decision analysis is one of the 16 required techniques in the fundamental knowledge base of an effective business analyst.   So let’s take a closer look at what this technique actually is and how we might apply the technique on our projects.  Decision analysis allows the business analyst to examine and […]
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Considering the BABOK Business Analysis Deliverables?

A core set of business analysis documentation is needed for all of your projects regardless of project size or type.  Have you considered using the BABOK® set of business analysis deliverables as your starting point?  These key deliverables define aspects of business analysis work and document project requirements across the project life cycle.  In addition […]
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The BABOK® Requirements Taxonomy

The BABOK® defines a specific taxonomy, or classification scheme, for project requirements.   The levels of requirements in the BABOK® need to be mapped to your existing requirements taxonomy and any associated requirements documents.  To start off, remember that  the standard defines a requirement as a condition or capability needed by a stakeholder to solve a problem or […]
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Writing Industrial Strength Requirements Using the IEEE Checklist

 The industrial strength IEEE well-formed requirements checklist found in IEEE Standard 830-1998 allows us to write well-formed requirements at any level of detail. However, it is one thing to recite the elements in the list and quite another thing to understand and consistently apply them to your requirements writing efforts. Let’s step through each element […]
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