Join Terri Wagner for an in-depth discussion in this video Discovering requirements-analysis techniques, part of Developing Project Requirements.
- There are a number of different modeling techniques…you can use to reflect your project's requirements.…Modeling techniques will allow you to simplify…and focus on key areas.…This helps make complex systems understandable…while allowing you to describe different perspectives…through use of different model types.…Modeling techniques can help facilitate communication…with your stakeholders and translate requirements…into design solutions.…
Let's start with a business-domain model.…This is a high-level description of the as-is condition…of your scenario.…Whether that's the current size of your company…with all existing wind turbines…or the current capability of your organization's systems…that your about to enhance.…Then you can provide a high-level description…to the proposed to-be solution.…The envisioned outcome.…The gap between as-is and to-be describes…how much change will be needed to achieve…the project solution.…
This helps define the boundaries of the solution model.…I'd recommend this step as a predecessor…
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- Classifying requirements
- Developing requirements
- Investigating requirements
- Documenting requirements
- Validating requirements
- Managing changing requirements
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Reviewing the Requirements Framework
2. Gathering Requirements
3. Analyzing Requirements
4. Specifying Requirements
5. Validating Requirements
6. Managing Requirements
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