Join Terri Wagner for an in-depth discussion in this video Classifying requirements, part of Project Management Foundations: Requirements.
- Requirements need to be defined, organized,…and clearly understood by the project team members…and the involved stakeholders.…Classifying requirements helps us define…and organize our work.…A guide to the business analysis body of knowledge…provides a few definitions of a requirement.…One of those definitions is a condition or capability…needed by a stakeholder to solve a problem…or achieve an objective.…IEEE tends to focus on capabilities,…conditions and constraints.…
One of their definitions in part says…a capability that must be met or possessed by a product…to satisfy a contract, standard, or specification.…While there are several requirement schemes out there,…for this course, we'll align ours with the BABOK.…The BABOK includes business requirements,…stakeholder requirements, solution requirements,…functional requirements, nonfunctional requirements,…and transition requirements.…
Business requirements are where you would state…higher-level goals, objectives,…and needs of the organization.…An example from our Kinetico case study would be…
- Differentiate among enterprise, stakeholder, and requirement analyses.
- Summarize the elicitation process.
- Explain the importance of avoiding assumptions.
- Describe how to prioritize requirements.
- Identify techniques for conducting requirements analysis.
- Recall how to create a well-formed requirements checklist.
- Explain the guidelines for conducting technical reviews.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Reviewing the Requirements Framework
2. Gathering Requirements
3. Analyzing Requirements
4. Specifying Requirements
5. Validating Requirements
6. Managing Requirements
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