Chapter 35. Getting Started
Over the course of many years, we and others who have contributed to this book have taught, and have been taught by, thousands of students interested in requirements management. As you are aware, there is no one right way to perform requirements management; no one single elicitation technique applies in every circumstance; no one single process fits all teams. Projects have varying degrees of scope and complexity. Application types vary tremendously and come from many different industries.
Yes, requirements management is a very broad topic and also very deep. A recurring theme from the classroom is that students feel the need to have a more prescriptive process—a recipe, if you will—for applying what they learned ...