Presenting Requirements in a Cohesive Manner

Webinar | Seminar


Business requirements? Stakeholder requirements? Functional requirements? Functional specifications? What is a requirement? What should different types of requirements categories be called? How should requirements be categorized? Categories are used inconsistently in most organizations and sometimes even within an individual project team. It is important that Business Analysts decide on consistent groupings of requirements based on sound rationale. Before you can really improve the way you elicit, analyze, document and use requirements you need to have a common understanding of what requirements are and how they are best represented.

This session will present a broader perspective of the term requirement, and show why requirements must be analyzed from different perspectives. It will also present a proven, effective approach to categorizing requirements and recommendations for choosing requirements techniques.


  • Broader perspective of the term requirement
  • An understanding of why requirements must be analyzed from different perspectives
  • A proven approach to categorizing requirements
  • Recommendations for choosing requirements techniques


  • Length: 2 Hours
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Recommended Size: Any size audience

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