Month: March 2011

Requirements Management Blogs
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Using a Model Office to Gather Requirements

In this blog post, Adrian McGrath discusses how a ‘Model Office’ approach to requirements capture, design, build and test can play a significant role in improving the success of an Electronic Document and Records Management System implementation.

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Narrative Journey Maps

This blog post introduces the concept of narrative journey maps (NJM), a mashup inspired by other Usage Centered Design (UCD) techniques combined

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Delivering What’s Right

‘In Programming, the hard part isn’t solving problems, but deciding what problems to solve’. In this famous quote, Paul Graham sums up one of the great challenges of software development, namely, how do we pick the right problem to solve, the right feature to deliver, the right bug to fix?

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The Dangers of Design by User

In this article, Demetrius Madrigal and Bryan McClain explains why you should not take user feedback or requests for design changes at face value.

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Non-Functional Requirements

The blog post “Non-functional requirements… the forgotten, overlooked and underestimated” discusses the role and impact of non-functional requirements in software projects.

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BDD to the Rescue

In this blog post, Mehdi Khalili explains that Behavior Driven Development can help you in more than one way. First and foremost it removes the ambiguity from the requirements, but taking it a step further could give you a lot of significant benefits.

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