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Agile and Business Analysis: Practical guidance for IT professionals by Debra Paul, Lynda Girvan

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13 ORGANISING TASKS AND REQUIREMENTS

This chapter covers the following topics:

types of requirement;

the requirements catalogue;

the itemised backlogs;

requirements catalogue or solution backlog?

recording non-functional requirements;

hierarchy of requirements.

INTRODUCTION

Business analysts may be involved in many different types of project. For example, software development, process change, capability uplift or hybrid projects that encompass many different aspects. Whatever the project, there will be a business context that provides a rationale for the change and some high-level business requirements that form a backdrop for the project against which more detailed requirements may evolve. Prioritisation (see Chapter 9) plays ...

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