4 Steps for Considering Project Context

When you ask an analytical person a question, you will rarely get an answer. Instead, their response will likely be in the form of another question. Why is this? Answers depend on context. Context refers to the framework of a situation or event. Even a simple...

Good BAs Define Requirements for Orange Juice

It’s a common scenario. You’re on your way home from work when your spouse sends you a text message to pick up some milk, orange juice, and bread on your way home (of course you read the text while you’re at a stop light, not while you’re...

Attack of the Conflicting Business Rules

It seems logical that you should capture business rules as part of your project elicitation. But beware of the business rule that is hiding under the covers. This is the deadly conflicting business rule that lurks beneath the project surface. If you don’t...

2008 Business Rules Forum – Day 1

Angie Perris is attending the Business Rules Forum in Orlando, FL this week and is blogging about the sessions she is attending.  Here is her update from Day 1. Day 1 – Pre Conference workshop – Sunday 10/26/08 I was thrilled to attend a Business Rules...

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