Tag Archives: requirements management
Just as systems, products, and engagements have life cycles, requirements do as well. It’s easy to look at a requirements traceability matrix and imagine that all requirements spring magically anew from the ether during each engagement. Let’s look at some … Continue reading
Functional requirements relate what a solution DOES. They describe components, behaviors, entities, actions, inputs, and outputs. They contain the details of the design the user sees and the mechanisms that generate results. Non-Functional requirements relate to what a system IS. … Continue reading
Today I gave this webinar for the Tampa IIBA Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.
I finally finished the Udemy course on Jira and Confluence. As I watched each section of the course I thought about how the capabilities of the two products can be used to represent Requirements Traceability Matrices, and furthermore how they … Continue reading
One of my favorite tools to use during any project, but particularly for software projects, is the Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM). I’ve discussed this in presentations I’ve given on the framework I use for performing business analysis (and project management … Continue reading
I’ve edited the post from May 11th that describes my preferred project/VV&A methodology. I was reminded, while viewing some excellent presentations at the Project Summit / Business Analyst World conference in DC this week (at which I volunteered) that I … Continue reading