CHAPTER 9

Monitoring and Controlling the Project

Tracking Requirements

You may think now that the requirements are approved and baselined and that the work of the business analyst is done. Sorry! In reality, there is still much to do. The business analyst needs to support the project team in a number of ways. The first is to ensure that the requirements presented to the development team are “suitable for use”. This means that the developers, testers, and any other readers of the requirements will have enough information to implement the requirements. This will often require more analysis and modeling of the requirements to provide needed detail and clarity. Business analysts and project teams are often challenged at this point. The result of ...

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