In this presentation, you will learn powerful techniques for discovering the REAL requirements and documenting scope in ways that can dramatically reduce creep. No matter the methodology, a project can be only as successful as its understanding of business requirements--what must be delivered to provide value. Most projects inadequately define requirements and thus fail to some extent, usually in the form of requirements/scope creep that many developers mistakenly assume is normal and unavoidable. In fact, creep mainly occurs when product/system/software requirements-- fail to meet the REAL, business requirements, usually because they haven’t been identified adequately.
In this well-received interactive session, based on his Artech House book, Discovering REAL Business Requirements for Software Project Success, author and expert, Robin F. Goldsmith describes powerful techniques for discovering the REAL requirements and documenting scope in ways that can dramatically reduce creep.
Our expert reveals:
•REAL Business Requirements vs. Product/System/Software Requirements
•Powerful Problem Pyramid™ technique to Get Requirements Right
•7 Guidelines for Documenting Requirements and Scope that Don't Creep
Robin F. Goldsmith is a prominent thought leader, featured speaker, and published author. He is a subject expert for IIBA’s BABOK v2 and TechTarget’s SearchSoftwareQuality.com and the a President and current Vice President of the Software Quality Group of New England (SQGNE).