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steps to good requirements

IREB: 6 Steps To Good Requirements

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Requirements Engineering is a key discipline in systems development. Find out the 6 key steps to developing good requirements in your projects. 
Eliciting usability requirements using a charrette session

Collaboratively developing usability requirements

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A charrette session is a good opportunity to collaboratively develop requirements. What's important with charrette sessions?
Functional security

Practicing Functional Safety

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The functional safety is concerned with the analysis of possible dangers and the definition of safety functions. How does that look practically?
The foundations of usability requirement

The foundations of usability requirements development

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What should you pay attention to when developing usability requirements? What role does human performance capacities and perception play?
Discussing content and arriving at better conclusions

What is requirements engineering and what content goes into a specification?

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Requirements engineers translate users' desires into language that developers can understand. But what kind of content goes into a specification?

The solution evaluation in business analysis

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Solution Evaluation is the assessment of existing or new solutions before or after a business goes into operation. Read more about Solution Evaluation.

Securing systems with misuse cases

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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?
Addressing risks in agile projects

Addressing risks in agile projects

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Find out how to develop systematic risk identifcation mechanisms in your projects so that you can manage and minize the risks you face regularly. 
IT Analysis 2016

IT Analysis 2016 – Taking Stock

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There are many IT anaylsis concepts. Concepts that compliment each other, some that conflict and some that contradict each other. Time to take stock. 
Inspections as path towards good specifications

Inspection as the Path to Good Specifications

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Errors in specifications are unavoidable. An inspection is used to find those errors. Here are six best pratices help you do so. 
The System Footprint

Visualized Understanding: The System Footprint

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Using a system footprint to visualize your system requirements and allow everyone on your team to stay informed of the big picture. 

Lean traceability in three steps

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Learn how to get the right amount of traceability in your agile projects. Improve your compliance and your overall performance through lean traceability.
Clear steps. Clear rules. High pace.

Agile Specifications

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How do you get agile specifications done within 2 weeks by following 5 steps and 2 basic rules? Maik Pfingsten explains how it works.
The Golden Circle by Simon Sinek

The Golden Circle in Requirements Engineering

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Why does a company do what it does? Why should customers opt for a solution of a particular manufacturer? The Golden Circle helps to answer these questions.
When personas meet use case 2.0

When Personas meet Use Case 2.0

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What is the difference between Persona scenarios and use cases? And how do personas and Use Case 2.0 fit together?
The-ideal-number-of-diagrams

The Ideal Number of Diagrams and Diagram Elements

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„How many diagrams are necessary to describe a system?“ Systems developers are familiar with these kinds of questions. But is the number really important?