5 steps to better quality requirements – Uncovering poor quality requirements
This Webinar took place on Thursday, 25th February, 2010.
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‘This talk gives you, in a very short amount of time, some of the most valuable requirements information you will hear this year’
Join thought leader Ian Alexander, noted requirements guru and author of ‘Discovering Requirements’ to learn key techniques for uncovering poor quality and incomplete requirements.
In this no-cost, one-hour Web seminar, you’ll see:
- Key Validation techniques for uncovering quality issues during the requirements process
- Clear check lists for spotting quality issues that threaten your projects
- Practical “how-to” tips based on real-life project examples
- An understanding of how to automate the validation of your documented Requirements with clear metrics using the VisibleThread quality solution.
This co-hosted webinar will provide you the information you need to significantly improve the quality of requirements in your organization and see how this can be achieved in an automated way eliminating tedious manual review cycles.
Principal, Scenario Plus
Ian Alexander is an independent consultant, trainer and author specialising in Requirements Engineering. He has worked with organizations in transportation, telecommunications, aerospace, government and public service in the UK and around the world, on both implementation projects and process support.
He is the lead author of Writing Better Requirements (2002), Scenarios, Stories, Use Cases (2004), and Discovering Requirements (2009)
He is the chairman of the BCS Requirements Engineering Specialist Group.
Fergal McGovern has worked in software for over 20 years, both in the US and Ireland. Fergal is founder of VisibleThread and works closely with major corporate clients to help them achieve requirements process improvement, leveraging the ground breaking VisibleThread automated quality checking solution.
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