Requirements Analysis Techniques Listing

Requirements Analysis Techniques Listing Most Widely Used Techniques Request Info Requirements analysis is the tasks that an analyst performs to structure and organize requirements, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, identify...

Understanding Reporting Requirements Workshop

Understanding Reporting Requirements Workshop Request Info Overview Designing a report is more than just stating a requirement, “Users must be able to report on the data.” What information needs to be reported? What questions is the business trying to ask? What...

Writing Effective Use Cases Workshop

Writing Effective Use Cases Workshop Request Info Overview This workshop will help business analysts write more concise, clear, and effective use cases. Participants will leverage a use case diagram to show solution scope or groupings of important system...

Finding and Analyzing Data Workshop

Finding and Analyzing Data Workshop Request Info Overview This workshop will help participants identify, document and analyze data needed on their projects. If you know the processes or use cases you can find the data. Participants will identify what data is needed,...

There Is No Such Thing As Best Practice

I get the opportunity to interact with a lot of people and teams trying to figure out the intersection of analysis and agile, and through the course of those interactions I get a lot of questions such as “who does what in agile?”, or “what does agile ‘say’ about...

User stories versus Use Cases

I just read a very good blog by Alistair Cockburn that summarizes the challenges in agile development when substituting user stories for use cases as the primary functional requirements deliverable. I love it when he says a user story is similar to a use case like a...

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