Recommended Business Analysis Technique: Nonfunctional Requirements Analysis

The BABOK® Guide recommends that business analysts use the nonfunctional requirements technique on their projects. Let’s take a closer look at this technique and how this is actually done. Nonfunctional requirements define the overall qualities or attributes of the resulting solution or solution components. They constrain how the solution requirements are to be met by the solution itself as […]
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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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