Year: 2011

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Non-Functional Requirements in the Context of SOA

This article presents new concepts to formalize and apply non-functional requirements (NFR) for business processes in the context of Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA). Today, popular languages for modeling business processes do not support the specification of NFRs in a systematic manner. However, there is a strong demand to explicitly address such requirements when designing and deploying […]

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The Product Owner Role

Rini van Solingen met with Roman Pichler, author of the famous Scrum product owner book, to discuss development in the product owner concept and why it is so hard to be a product owner.

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Measuring the Success of Requirements Gathering

The best metric to measure the success of business analysis is to evaluate if business objectives for each project were achieved. This is however not always easy to do and this blog post proposes other metrics to get good indicators of success of the business analysis efforts.

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Requirements and Agile: Keeping up with Change

Requirements or user stories? Why not both? This video teaches how to minimize gaps in verification and validation practices sometimes seen when using Agile methodologies. These gaps are typically a result of moving away from formal requirements in favor of user stories, which are quicker to develop but typically not as rigorously defined.

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The Value of Business Analysis in Scrum

Hhow can a business analyst contribute in a Scrum Project? This article discusses the fact that producing a business analysis in Scrum is a goal and not a role. The possible contribution of the ScrumMaster, delivery team and Product Owner, the three Scrum roles, are described. It is often the Product owner that is held […]

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Just In Time Software Requirements

Elena Yatzeck shares in this blog post her thoughts about “value spike”. A “spike” is a short piece of work within an agile project in which one or two programmers may be assigned to do outside of the iteration structure. The goal is to investigates unknown technology problems well enough so you can estimate them. […]

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