Presentation content by Nicholas Cioran
Does your organization spend millions (or hundreds of millions) of dollars every year on analysis only to start from scratch on each new project? You are not alone! Requirements can be treated as a project deliverable to help deliver better projects. However, this approach perpetuates practices that keeps lead organizations to spend new money to re-do old work. You might have heard this approach called reuse, living requirements, Evergreen, or a product based model. Whatever the name, organizations have begun to realize the importance of moving beyond the need to define requirements to truly manage them as a valuable asset. This session will change how you consider requirements in a way that can lead to significant return on your investment in analysis.
- Explain the cost of the project-based approach to requirements definition and management
- Describe the benefits of living requirements, evergreen processes, and the product based models to requirements management in Agile and Waterfall environments
- Show how these advantages can be realized in your organization