Two Steps to Ensure Your Document is Read

Here are the four facts that describe how people actually read your business or technical document – and, based on those facts, the one tool you need to get your potential audience to actually read your document. Here’s a fact we don’t think about much: Unlike you, your readers haven’t read your document. As a result, […]
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Specifying and Modeling Requirements

One of the tasks in the Requirements Analysis knowledge area of the BABOK® Guide is “Specifying and modeling requirements.”  This task offers a lot of common sense advice when it comes to writing and modeling your stakeholder or solution requirements for your project. There are several recommended elements that you should consider applying on your […]
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Using a Style Guide for Your Project Documents

Did you ever read a project document and immediately recognize that it was written by many different people? It can be easy to tell when we stick together different sections of our documents that were written by different authors. Sure would be nice if all of our project documents looked like they were written by […]
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Writing as Part of Effective Project Communications

Effective project managers and business analysts communicate well with others, in writing and when they speak. Be careful not to spend too much time documenting, recording and sharing project information. Even though this work takes place across the project life cycle, it is essential to only document and communicate what is necessary.  You also need to make sure […]
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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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