The Software Requirements Memory Jogger: A Pocket Guide to Help Software and Business Teams Develop and Manage Requirements Spiral-bound – 30 Nov 2005
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The book assumes that the reader has some experience of requirements specification of software development: it would not be suitable for a complete novice as the information contained is not only densely packed but the sheer variety of techniques contained means that it would be inadvisable to apply them all on a single project. To be fair, the author provides some excellent guidance on which techniques are best suited to which types of project.
The book is split into the following sections:
- Stage Setting
- Adapting Practices to Project Types.
Stage Setting gives a straightforward about aligning the project with the business's objectives and links to project governance areas such as risk management.
Elicitation gives a summary of how to define the requirements - starting by ensuring that all the stakeholders are identified prior to the requirements-gathering activity; missing stakeholders are a major cause of requirements being missed. The case study is especially useful here as the list of stakeholders is very comprehensive and would be a good checklist for potential missed stakeholders in your current project.
The author also describes a simple mechanism for ranking stakeholder influence/importance to give the appropriate level of involvement.Read more ›
I have 3 books on my desk. This one, Business Analysis Techniques: 72 Essential Tools for Success and Business Analysis second edition.
Only critisism is the sprial binding - it does come apart, but nothing a little super glue can't fix.
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Good book and useful to keep in my drawer at work and to pull out whenever I need a refresher.Published 16 months ago by MR G WICKENS
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