Do your requirements include a lot of pictures? Learn about how visual modeling and diagrams make for better requirements.
When Brady the B-A started using more visuals…and diagrams things changed dramatically.…Brady saw more engagement from stakeholders,…the team connected the dots better,…and had better overall conversation,…and work progressed more quickly.…We use visual models and diagrams…as B-A's for so many things.…Sometimes we use visuals and models to help us communicate,…and sometimes we use them to analyze.…
If their not a regular part of your tool box,…they definitely should be.…Visual models and diagrams are an essential part…of the B-A role and skill set that are used every day.…Let's look at some common uses for models and diagrams.…First, many B-A's use them to communicate.…Our brains process visuals different than text,…and visuals serve as a wonderful vehicle of communication…of requirements, information, and context.…
They're a great way to ignite dialogue…and get a group to shared understanding.…B-A's and teams that use models and diagrams…get higher quality requirements and get them done faster…due to the visuals speeding up the process.…
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