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NYC IIBA presents - Essential Requirements Practices - an online event

Tuesday, September 12, 2023 -
06:00 to 08:00

Past Event - Topic: NYC IIBA presents - Essential Requirements Practices - an online event - September 13, 2023
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Meeting Recording
It was another outstanding event! Thank you Karl!
Too many valuable tips to list them all, but some of my top takeaways included use of peer reviews for requirements; putting business objectives first,
using a model to test before coding, centering design on usage, and reminder to always create a glossary.
If you missed the event you can review the deck, above, and listen to the recording and we hope you can join us next time!
And join our chapter, too!

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Many big books on software requirements and business analysis recommend dozens and dozens
of practices. They’re all useful in appropriate situations, but it’s daunting to try to remember—let
alone implement—the whole set consistently. However, every project should perform 20 core
requirements activities. These lay a solid foundation for success and help teams efficiently and
effectively elicit, analyze, specify, validate, and manage their requirements. These practices are
valuable for both traditional and agile projects, regardless of the kind of product you’re building.

This presentation identifies those 20 core practices and drills down into several of them. They
can help project and product teams understand the business problem, engage the right
participants, articulate effective solutions, communicate information among stakeholders,
implement the right functionality in the right sequence, and adapt to change. Do you have to
perform all 20 of these on your project? Maybe not, but you’ll feel less pain and get better results
if you do.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the 20 practices that contribute most heavily to business analysis success
  • Understand how to apply certain of those practices on both agile and traditional projects
  • Enable you to begin a self-assessment of how to improve your team’s requirements practices

Speaker Bio
Karl Wiegers is Principal Consultant with Process Impact. He has a PhD in organic chemistry.
Karl is the author of 14 books, including Software Requirements Essentials (with Candase
Hokanson), Software Development Pearls, Software Requirements (with Joy Beatty), The
Thoughtless Design of Everyday Things, Successful Business Analysis Consulting, and a forensic
mystery novel titled The Reconstruction. Karl has delivered hundreds of training courses,
webinars, and conference presentations worldwide. You can reach him at ProcessImpact.com or
KarlWiegers.com, where you can also hear more than 50 songs he has recorded just for fun,
including 18 originals that he wrote.

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