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How do you know what to build of your customer wants a “secure solution with a good amount of flexibility and user friendliness”? You don’t! Force the customer to be more specific!
In this blog post, James Christie starts from the fact that perfect requirements don’t exist to discuss the idea that the quality of requirements is directly influenced by the time and money you invest in crafting them.
Wondering how to step up your business analyst career, and take on responsibilities of your appointed tasks with professionalism, enthusiasm and efficiency? Learn what makes a good business analyst, a GREAT business analyst, with pointers and guidance from an industry professional.
There is no business analyst role in the Scrum Agile project management framework. Based on this fact and some perceptions about Agile, Roland Hesz tries to answer the questions “Do we need a business analyst on an agile project? Are there Agile business analysts?”.
Business is coming under increasing pressure to adopt agile practices to reduce costs and deliver more quickly. Agile Analysis describes your requirements and associated features using stories. Typically for use with agile development but it supports structured methods too giving a common analysis method throughout the organization.
A user story is a tool to describe the product functionality, but it is less useful suited to describe in detail the user interaction. Agile scenarios and storyboards are tools you need to describe the interaction steps. In his post, Roman Pichler what scenarios and storyboards are, how they can be used effectively in an Agile approach and how they relate to user stories.
Learn how to build outcomes over outputs as a key strategy to building great products using the Target Outcome framework. The talk will cover why the metrics we often use are flawed, how to create useful value metrics, track value incrementally and do guerilla user testing.