This system is your system. This system is my system.
Are the practices recommended by the IREB CPRE-FL syllabus still useful in agile projects?
Endeavours to improve the situation are finally rewarded
Evaluating Business Analysts‘ role in the Data Driven Economy
A short and fun elicitation workshop for Agile teams and architects
An application of the IREB Handbook of Requirements Modeling
What do we learn from Gender Studies for Requirements Engineering
The Future How Viewpoint.
An agile and collaborative prioritization technique
How applying Lean Startup, Design Thinking, and others, impact the task of modeling requirements
How you can use the natural partitioning of business events to flexibly synchronise your agile development.
Using verbs’ valency to improve requirements’ quality
‘A large elephant is in the room but we are not able or brave or willing enough to point at it’
Insights for 13 crucial challenges
Concept for the successful handling of integral NFRs in Scaled Agile Environments.
An Example from the Automation Industry
How modeling can be useful to better define and trace requirements
Effective product management is the critical success factor to make a product successful – across its life-cycle and across markets.
The True Measure of Requirements Quality.
An Approach for the Inspection of the Completeness of individual Software Requirements Specifications by Semantic Analysis of the Argument Structures
An experience report from the IREB Academy Program in Africa
Strategies for building manageable requirements hierarchies in complex problem domains
How to build a strong foundation for business analysis and requirements engineering inside a company
What is Agile Business Analysis, and 10 reasons why it’s worth developing the competency within your agile organization
The Main Thing is Keeping the Main Thing
the Main Thing
No Double Dutch! [An article of the Inside IREB series]
What makes an excellent BA and are women more suited to the role?
Improving requirements quality by effort estimates
How Product Owners (POs), Business Analysts and Requirements Engineers Use Agile Requirements Engineering (RE) to optimize the work of the team and maximize the value delivered to stakeholders.