Verifying and Validating Requirements
Business requirements are often the product of intensive data collection and analysis. How do we know that the requirements we have documented are good? Good requirements must meet agreed upon standards of quality and, more importantly, accurately describe how critical business needs must be satisfied.
Verifying and Validating Requirements will show you the most popular techniques for assuring good requirements per the BABOK 2.0. Key lessons include:
- Six critical tools and technique for V&V
- The structure of good requirements
- Importance of approach to requirements traceability
- Advantages of prototyping as a means of validation
Time: 1 to 2 hours, including exercises