Structuring Use Cases with GoalsJanuary 5, 2010
Everyone talks about “requirements analysis,” but not much is said about the requirements analyst. What kind of person should do this job? What do analysts really do? What do they need to know? This article “Structuring Use Cases with Goals” addresses these questions and summarizes some key analyst skills: listening, interviewing, analysis, facilitation, observation, writing, modeling, and more. Tips for the new analyst coming from either the technical or the user domain are also provided.