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Mastering the Requirements Process: Getting Requirements Right von [Robertson, Suzanne, Robertson, James]
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“If the purpose is to create one of the best books on requirements yet written, the authors have succeeded.”

—Capers Jones

Software can solve almost any problem. The trick is knowing what the problem is. With about half of all software errors originating in the requirements activity, it is clear that a better understanding of the problem is needed.

 

Getting the requirements right is crucial if we are to build systems that best meet our needs. We know, beyond doubt, that the right requirements produce an end result that is as innovative and beneficial as it can be, and that system development is both effective and efficient.

 

Mastering the Requirements Process: Getting Requirements Right, Third Edition, sets out an industry-proven process for gathering and verifying requirements, regardless of whether you work in a traditional or agile development environment. In this sweeping update of the bestselling guide, the authors show how to discover precisely what the customer wants and needs, in the most efficient manner possible.

 

Features include

  • The Volere requirements process for discovering requirements, for use with both traditional and iterative environments
  • A specification template that can be used as the basis for your own requirements specifications
  • Formality guides that help you funnel your efforts into only the requirements work needed for your particular development environment and project
  • How to make requirements testable using fit criteria
  • Checklists to help identify stakeholders, users, non-functional requirements, and more
  • Methods for reusing requirements and requirements patterns

New features include

  • Strategy guides for different environments, including outsourcing
  • Strategies for gathering and implementing requirements for iterative releases
  • “Thinking above the line” to find the real problem
  • How to move from requirements to finding the right solution
  • The Brown Cow model for clearer viewpoints of the system
  • Using story cards as requirements
  • Using the Volere Knowledge Model to help record and communicate requirements
  • Fundamental truths about requirements and system development

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Suzanne Robertson and James Robertson have, over many years, helped hundreds of companies improve their requirements techniques and move into the fast lane of system development. Their courses and seminars on requirements, analysis, and design are widely praised for their innovative approach. The Robertsons are principals of the Atlantic Systems Guild, a well-known consultancy specializing in the human dimensions of complex system building. They are also the coauthors of Requirements-Led Project Management (Addison-Wesley, 2005).

James Robertson and Suzanne Robertson have, over many years, helped hundreds of companies improve their requirements techniques and move into the fast lane of system development. Their courses and seminars on requirements, analysis, and design are widely praised for their innovative approach. The Robertsons are principals of the Atlantic Systems Guild, a well-known consultancy specializing in the human dimensions of complex system building. They are also the coauthors of Requirements-Led Project Management (Addison-Wesley, 2005).


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 579 Seiten
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  • Verlag: Addison-Wesley Professional; Auflage: 3 (6. August 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B008TVLH0E
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Primer on the APPLICATION SOFTWARE Requirements Process 21. Oktober 2016
Von DDIP - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I found this book very helpful and it was easy to read, unlike some other requirements books I have reviewed. It is a good introductory book covering the following general phases:

1. Conception
2. Scoping
3. Work Investigation
4. Product Determination
5. Requirements Definition
6. and, to some degree, Construction

I very much appreciated that the authors provided insights which are application to small, medium, and large project (what they call "rabbits," "horses," and "elephants," and that three different requirements development strategies were examined:

1. External
2. Iterative
3. Sequential

I also found the "How Now, Brown Cow" model very practical (despite the name). This is a simple and effective model for differentiating the current state from the future state by following a simple four-step process, using use cases and scenarios. It helps the analyst differentiate the essence of the current state (business use cases) from the technology-dependent part of the current state, and then enables the analyst to enhance the essence and finally develop the product use cases which are then used to create requirements.

In fairness, the book should be called "Mastering the APPLICATION SOFTWARE Requirements Process," because that's really what it is about. Some of the ideas and principles are certainly applicable to hardware or embedded software development, but this book focuses heavily on the utilization of use cases and scenarios, which, as the terms imply, are based on behavior analysis typical of software applications with a lot of user interaction. In other words, if you are trying to write requirements for an air-to-air missile, this may not be the best book for you.

I also wish the authors would have written more about multi-level requirements hierarchies, e.g. system, subsystem, component, and how to compose requirements with a multi-level structure. On a related note, the relationship between requirements and design descriptions could also have used more treatment. For example, if the customer (e.g. marketing) developing the requirements has a detailed understanding of the desired user interface sequence and screen graphics, how would (if at all) one write requirements to that effect so that an external developer can understand what is desired, particularly if the graphics are complicated and critical, as in a medical application?

In summary, this is a great introduction to use cases, scenarios, application software requirements, and fit criteria development, with many practical and useful examples. While I highly recommend the book for those with a need to understand these subjects, you will probably need more than just this book to master the requirements process.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hit the Ground Running 15. September 2013
Von M. G. DuPont - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Are you in a hurry to implement a requirements-gathering process? Are you not keen on reading 500+ pages?

If you were going to read just *parts* of the Mastering the Requirements Process book, I recommend these parts, in this order:

- Chapter 1: 1-12
- Glossary: 511-516
- All end-of-chapter Summaries: 65, 85, 145, 222, 242-243, 277-278, 301, 321-322, 335, 351, 369, 391-392
- Volere template outline: 393-394
- Key elements IMO: 67, 82-84, 223-243, 240-241, 250-261, 329-333, 425-429, 449-457
- Time-permitting, all of Appendix A: 393-471
10 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Go from requirements zero to requirements hero 25. September 2014
Von mason danner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I was thrust into the position of business analyst, with the only saving grace being given a few months to ease into it. I read several books on requirements, but while they all offered great advice on actually constructing the requirement (I am thinking Karl Wiegers) , what they missed was how you you go about discovering the software requirements in a real live situation. This book does exactly that. It provides you with a theoretical approach (the business use case to product use case to functional requirement) that can drive a methodological approach that will steer you toward discovering the actual requirements. This is the greatest value, but the details of the snow card also provide a few clever little tricks to make sure the requirement you write is sound. If you find yourself in a pinch, don't look elsewhere or be cheap, simply start here.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is a thorough, well-written guide to the requirements process. Really outstanding. 22. Juni 2016
Von Christopher Hall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I was initially a bit put off by the graphics in this book, which make clip art look classy. However, the writing is really, really good, and the treatment of the subject area is nothing short of amazing. Unlike other books on requirements that take the approach of a reference book and consequently read like a phone directory, Mastering the Requirements Process follows a case study from end to end, saving the reference materials for the appendixes, where they belong. Did I mention how good the writing is? The reason that most technical books are impossible to read is the poor quality of the prose and of the organization of the material. This is a happy exception to that tendency. I really like this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must read for any analyst 3. Juni 2015
Von Oremo Ochillo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Everyone has their own style when it comes to writing requirements. And I have always subscribed to the fact that there is no right or wrong way for writing them. After reading this book I have changed my mind. This is thr correct way for writing functional requirements. The author breaks things down into simple terms and best of all not only explains how the requirements should he written but also why they should be written in that manner. The Appendix has great examples that give you a practical application for everything that you learned in the book.
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