Requirements Development Techniques PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ed Willis   
Thursday, 29 July 2010 04:32

This video presentation summarizes a couple of different requirements techniques - Joint Application Development (JAD) and User Story Workshops - and evaluates them against each other as well as against the common method of a closed circle of senior people developing comprehensive requirements.  I cover my experiences with all three methods and provide some guidance on how to choose and tailor a method for your own use.  These practices aren't considered in a vacuum but rather are evaluated in the context of the overall engineering lifecyle.  The focus is on providing what you need to know to understand the methods at a high level and make an informed decision on which to use.  I use real world experiences in requirements development in larger projects in larger, traditionally-structured organizations to help motivate the discussion.  Dim lights Download

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