"Without a method [like
this], the user giveth and the developer taketh away."
- Steve Bender
Requirements Series WEBinar
Part 3: Analyzing Business Requirements and Constraints
Abstract: This WEBinar series
shows a 6-step process for gathering, analyzing, and
checking business requirements in a more defect free
This WEBinar outlines the steps that the business
analyst would use with interactions among users and
Part 3: Analyzing Business Requirements and
- Parts 2 and 3 of the model
- Analyzes business requirements
- Delivers preliminary statement of requirements
- Involves business analysts, users, and
- Confirms structural attributes of software
usability, reliability, supportability, etc.) with
- Places the "User Concerns List" here
in the process to capture user concerns earlier
rather than later
- Applies a unique RPIPR model for interviewing…
First build trust…then, gather requirements:
Rapport, Process, Interview, Process, Rapport
- Allows the BA to understand true needs to avoid
biasing needs with technology
and essential tools of this crucial step in requirements gathering including
those as shown in the following chart, lay the foundation for
the success or failure of project plans.
This WEBinar will go deeper into the strategies and tools
used in Steps 2 and 3 of the High Quality Requirements Model.
According to a
survey by Compuware-RQNG, only 27
percent of BAs think their organizations have adopted tools to make them more
Statement of Requirements
User Concerns List
Implementation Requirements (Constraints)
Implementation Reqts List
The High Quality Requirements Model is a six step requirements gathering process useful for end users, business
analysts, and developers. By means of its structure, it
automatically assures mission-based, needs-based
that are not solutions-driven.
The BA as facilitator. What is unique about this WEBinar is that it will explain
a process that
emphasizes the role of the BA as a facilitator.
Are you a hybrid creature expected to move with ease between the worlds of business and technology?
This WEBinar series describes how to prevent
requirements defects and how to gather those
requirements more accurately. Complete
information on the full course on requirements can be
May 2, 2012
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