Where are you storing your requirements?

Most BAs don’t have access to sophisticated requirements management tools. We are keeping our requirements in MS office documents. I am interested in where you are storing all of these documents. Sharepoint? Documentum? How are these repositories working? At the...

What is requirements management?

As the business analysis profession evolves we will get more consistency around our terminology. One of the phrases that is still used inconsistently is requirements management. Most experienced BAs use the phrase “requirements management” to mean the...

Reuse Based Requirements Development & Management (RBRDM)

I attended  the BusinessAnalystWorld Symposium in Atlanta last week. One of the speakers whom I enjoyed was Keith Barrett from ProcessExchange Inc. http://www.process-exchange.com/ Keith spoke about Reuse Based Requirements Development & Management (RBRDM). I was...

How Do You Know When Requirements are Complete?

We are often asked by Business Analysts, “How do I know when requirements are complete?” I was intrigued with one such person’s attempt to answer this question for his Master’s thesis using a Requirements Completeness Model (see Figure 1,...

Privacy Preference Center

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to track user behavior on this website. For more details, see [Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites].


Zendesk/Zopim Chat

We provide live chat via the Zendesk Chat widget that appears in the lower right corner of our website. To find out about the cookies set in your browser by their service, see the [Zendesk Chat Cookie Policy].

See list below (scroll down).

WordPress Commenters

Whenever you comment on our blog or leave a review for a product, we store cookies in your browser. This is purely a convenience, so that you won't need to re-type all your information again when you want to leave another comment.

comment_author_{HASH}, comment_author_email_{HASH}, comment_author_url_{HASH}


We use WooCommerce for shopping cart functionality on our site. WooCommerce makes use of 3 cookies to keep track of your shopping cart. For more details, see [WooCommerce Cookies].

woocommerce_cart_hash, woocommerce_items_in_cart, wp_woocommerce_session_

Pin It on Pinterest