Requirements Analysis – Part 4 Measurable Goals

Best practices take the list of requirements merely as clues and repeatedly ask why until the business processes are defined.

  • Stakeholders and developers can then devise tests to measure what level of each goal has been achieved.
  • Goals change more slowly than the long list of specific but unmeasured requirements.

Once a small set of critical, measured goals has been established, rapid prototyping and short iterative development phases may proceed to deliver actual stakeholder value long before the project is half over.

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