Karl Wiegers tells the most important lesson he learned after fifty years working in software development.
Karl Wiegers presents some principles and lessons anyone can use to design better products.
The master of Happy Projects, Roland Gareis, presents projects as temporary social systems to achieve unique results.
Gladys Lam illustrates the difference between business requirements and business rules with a simple and practical example from home.
Howard Podeswa explains the meaning and how to use Acceptance Criterias in a Software Development life-cycle based on an Agile Approach.
a new proposed definition
With changes happening in my family and around us, I had to write a new letter to Santa Claus changing my requirements. Context changes and we must find new alternatives to meet the business goals. That is when agility is important. Context always rules.
I decided to write Santa a requirements specification and make sure everything is well defined. Merry Christmas to all.
In RFP (Request For Proposal) different companies share informations about a problem or opportunity to be addressed. And Business Analysis operates in both sides of this communication. RFP is a request in which an issuer asks responders to submit proposals demonstrating how a product or service they offer can solve the issuer’s requirements. Read the […]
A project is expected to meet its deadline, budget and scope. But, in many cases, even if commitments are fulfilled, managers and administrators do not understand why their projects and investments fail in the main objetive: meeting the needs for which they were created. This short video presents what is requirements management, and how this […]