Andrew Barker

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Stop Gathering Requirements

2 years and 4 months ago
By Drew

...where do requirements come from? They are analyzed into existence. Requirements are defined or created by the business analyst. The business analyst's job is to define the solution to a business problem. The requirements document is the representation of the complete and accurate statement of what must be done to solve the business problem. Requirements are a business analyst's job, not to gather, but to create.

via Stop Gathering Requirements | Steve Blais.

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