Getting a Jump Start on Stakeholder Profiling

Stakeholder or user profiling involves eliciting, analyzing, and organizing information about key stakeholders involved in your project.   Most of us are pretty good at working with and involving our end users and senior managers.  It’s those other stakeholders that sometimes get lost in the shuffle and come back to bite us later.  It’s never too […]
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Closer Look: The Requirements Analysis Knowledge Area

I’ve said it once and I will say it again, preparing for the IIBA’s CBAP® or CCBA™ certification exam can sure be a lot of work! One recommended thing you should know backwards and forwards before sitting your exam are the six knowledge areas and their associated tasks. Here’s yet another BABOK® Guide knowledge area for you to […]
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Requirements Scalability

Requirements can be developed and documented for many project and product types. Depending upon your organization and your project, the methodology you use to develop your requirements may range from a “fully dressed,” comprehensive approach to a more agile snapshot of a particular requirement or set of requirements at a particular point in time.  I […]
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Requirements Traceability – Part 4 of 4: Using the Coverage Matrix Technique

In this final post of the four-part traceability series, we will look at a recommended traceability technique. The coverage matrix technique is specific to the “manage requirements traceability” task in the BABOK® Guide. Basically, a coverage matrix is a table or spreadsheet used to manage and facilitate tracing of requirements. This simple approach is used […]
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Requirements Traceability – Part 3 of 4: Key Dependencies and Relationships

Now that we have looked at and thought about some of the details involved in requirements traceability, let’s dig a little deeper and look at some more requirements traceability details. Remember that the key dependencies and relationships between requirements should be recorded so they can be traced across and even beyond your project life cycle.  Creating and […]
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