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About Ursula Meseberg
What makes a successful Project Management process? How do I find the right business process? Which methods are useful? A graduate mathematician and co-founder of microTOOL, Ursula Meseberg is Managing Director of the company alongside Bernd Nawrot. She is fascinated with current trends and has made a name for herself as an author of professional articles.
Entries by Ursula Meseberg
Agile development promises value for stakeholders in a short amount of time. But doesn’t that inevitably come at the expense of the quality?
Requirements workshops are a great technique for developing requirements. Where does this resonate in the execution, preparation and follow-up of a workshop?
Observation techniques like field observation, apprenticing and contextual inquiry are good development techniques in requirements engineering. What are some tips?
For feature reviews, both review meetings and mechanical reviews are available. What is recommended when and how does a mechanical review go?
An agile transformaiton is a large challenge for many businesses. A change process with four steps can help.
A charrette session is a good opportunity to collaboratively develop requirements. What’s important with charrette sessions?
What should you pay attention to when developing usability requirements? What role does human performance capacities and perception play?
Effective teams are an important factor in developing products. A unified vision is absolutely necessary for team work to succeed. How do you develop it?
Misuse cases are a good instrument in the area of safety and security to help you elicit quality requirements properly. How do misuse cases work?
Find out how to develop systematic risk identifcation mechanisms in your projects so that you can manage and minize the risks you face regularly.
Learn how to get the right amount of traceability in your agile projects. Improve your compliance and your overall performance through lean traceability.
What is the difference between Persona scenarios and use cases? And how do personas and Use Case 2.0 fit together?
Requirements Engineering is a key discipline in systems development. Find out the 6 key steps to developing good requirements in your projects.
For many companies use cases are the method of choice for stakeholder communication. Find out how they help us understand how a system supports users.
What do you do if you develop products and your customers don’t want to be involved in your team? You can use personas. Personas will help you in 3 ways.
What are the goals, differences and benefits of in-STEP BLUE, objectiF RM and in-STEP RED? Get to know microTOOL’s different software options.
Do you want to use your own mediums for your requirements analyses? With objectiF RPM you can easily expand the available mediums with UML and SysML.
Project patterns take away a lot of routine steps. You can quickly create your own patterns for planning and executing projects.