Note this is an update to this blog originally posted in 2013. A major challenge to implementing the chosen RDM capability for your organization and project is convincing management and co-workers that it is time to implement or perhaps improve … Read More
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Developing Agile Systems
In previous blogs we talk about Why do my requirements keep changing and Controlling and Managing Change during product or system development. Change can also be addressed from the perspective of change that happens after the product or system is … Read More
Why Do I Need to Baseline My Requirements?
The Problem One of the most frequent reasons for project failure is “scope and requirements creep”. Too often, the scope of a product development project changes in midstream as stakeholders think of new features to add. This change, more often … Read More
Requirement Metrics on the Stability and Risks of Requirements
On our Ask the Experts page, the following question was asked: “One subject that has been on the back of my mind is to find out how to provide a key metric to management about the stability of requirements. By … Read More
When Should You Start Managing Requirements?
I recently saw the following question posed in a discussion group: “When should the formal management of requirements begin?” My take is this – I look at Requirements Management (RM) as having three main functions: 1) Requirement elicitation and development; … Read More