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What is a
What is a Stakeholder, why are they important and do you consider yourself a Stakeholder?
What is a Stakeholder Analysis?
What is a stakeholder analysis, how are stakeholders identified and how should you communicate with them?
What is the
The Kano Model describes the relationship between the fulfillment of customer requirements and customer satisfaction. Why is the Kano Model important?
It is difficult to know and anticipate the actual needs of users. Personas can help.
What is the
The term system context refers to the environment of your system. A system to be developed never stands on its own but is connected to its environment.
What are Requirement Attributes?
What are common requirement attributes? How can you specify what you need? And how can you best work with attributes?
What is the Twin Peaks Model?
What is the Twin Peaks Model? What advantages does it offer and how do you use it in software development?
What is a Software Requirements Specification?
What is a software requirements specification? What is it for and how is it created?
ReqIF is an abbreviation for Requirements Interchange Format. How does the exchange of requirements between different requirements engineering tools work?
What is Application Lifecycle Management?
Application lifecycle management describes the lifespan of an application from stakeholders’ needs up to its discontinuation.
Use Cases are the best way to get a clear picture of your system and the tasks it has to perform. The perfect basis for your product development process.
What is a Use Case Diagram?
What are use case diagrams? How are they created and what advantages do they offer?
How Use Case 2.0 works
Wouldn’t it make more sense to take an agile approach without taking a detour just to find user stories? Ivar Jacobson’s Use Case 2.0 concept is the answer.
What is a Misuse Case?
What is a misuse case? What advantages do they offer and how are misuse cases created?
Goals are the best way to elicit the requirements for your system. They express what a stakeholder wants. Learn more about Goal Diagrams here.
What is a
State diagrams are irreplaceable when describing systems and system behaviour with states, events and transitions.
What is an
Activity diagrams can be used to model applications, processes, workflows and algorithms. Check out the benefits of an activity diagram.
What is a Requirements Diagram?
During the system development, you hardly recognize relationships based on textual requirements only. Start using Requirement diagrams for visualization.
What is a
How to create class diagrams and find relationships in a class diagram? And what benefits do class diagrams offer?
What is an Analysis Pattern?
Find out more about the ten general analysis patterns and their advantages.
What is a
A block diagram is a graphical representation of a system – it provides a functional view of a system. But what benefits do block diagrams offer?
What is Hybrid Project Management?
When should hybrid project management be used? What advantages does it offer?
What is PPM and how does it differ from multi-project management?
What are Workflows?
What makes a workflow different from a business process? Why is it useful and how is it put into practice?
Workflows in Project Management
Defined project management workflows help to structure your project, monitor the progress and improve communication within the team.
What is the triple constraint? How is it utilized in project management?
What is a Work Breakdown Structure?
What is a work breakdown structure? Which advantages does it offer and how do you create work breakdown structures?
What is a Gantt Chart?
What is a Gantt chart? Which advantages does it offer in project management and how can you create Gantt charts?
What is a Precedence Diagram?
What are precedence diagrams? How is it created and what advantages does the precedence diagram method offer?
What is a Cumulative Flow Diagram?
What is a cumulative flow diagram? How does it work and why does it help with project management?
What is the Earned Value Analysis?
What is an earned value analysis and how does it work? How is it valuable?
“Projects in controlled environments” – that’s what PRINCE2 is all about. It is a method used for the management of projects. Find details here.
What is a Risk Matrix?
What is a risk matrix? How is it created and what advantages does it offer?
What is a Scope Creep?
What is a scope creep? How do they happen and what can you do to prevent them?
What does VUCA mean?
What is a VUCA world? Where does this term come from? And how can you keep up with a VUCA world?
What is Agile Project Management?
How does agile project management work? And what are the differences between classic and agile project management?
How does Scrum work?
What is Scrum and how does it work? Who is involved in it? And why are projects meant to be more successful with it?
What is Scrum of Scrums?
What is the Scrum of Scrums? And how can it be implemented in large projects with multiple teams?
What is a backlog? What sorts of backlogs are there? What advantages do they offer?
What is Backlog Grooming?
What is backlog grooming? What advantages does it offer and how do you carry out a backlog grooming?
What is a Product Goal?
What is a Product Goal? How is it developed? What purpose does it have?
What is a Product Owner?
What is a Product Owner? What is he/she accountible for? What skills does he/she need?
What is a User Story?
What is a user story? Which advantages do user stories have and what do you have to pay attention to when creating them?
What is a Burn Down Chart?
What is a burn down chart? What advantages does it offer and how can you create burn down charts?
What is a Burn Up Chart?
What is a burn up chart? What advantages does it offer and what is it recommended for?
The method to ensure steady workflow. How does a kanban board help and how can you measure productivity?
What is Agile Testing?
What is agile testing? How does it differ from classic test management and how do you test agilely?
What are Patterns In Agile Project Management?
What does agile planning cover? Why are patterns helpful and how can you implement them in agile planning?
What is Traceability?
Es ist schwierig, den tatsächlichen Bedarf der Anwender zu kennen und vorauszusehen. Personas können dabei helfen.
What is Configuration Management?
Configuration management manages individual units of work results that describe a product or software. What does it involve?
What is a Baseline?
What are baselines in software development? What are their advantages? And how do you establish a baseline?
What is Digital Transformation?
Digital transformation is change that leads from need to value. How can it be accomplished?
How does Compliance work in Project Management?
How do you ensure compliance in project management? What measures do you take and how you guarantee compliance of processes in your project?
What are Medical Products?
Medical device software must comply with different norms in Germany. How is compliance determined?
What is the
The Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) identifies risks early in order to proactively avoid them. What steps need to be taken?
What is Business Analysis?
What is business analysis? What are the advantages and what are the tasks for a business analyst?
What is a Requirement In Business Analysis?
In business analysis, there are areas called “Requirements analysis and design definition” and “Requirements life cycle management”. What are they about?
What is a Business Case?
What are business cases? What advantages do they offer? And how is the associated document created?