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Building a great product requires tons of research and comprehensive planning and prep. It's important to consider the purpose of the product, its features, functionality, and behaviour. But a critical factor that often creates a requirement bottleneck is the misalignment between business and IT stakeholders. Misalignment between these two groups leads to hours of rework, slower development speed, lower product quality, and frustrated customers.
Improving the requirements management process can significantly improve efficiency, time to market, and save valuable budget and resources - but how does this fit into an agile world? Well, agile requirements are the product owner's best friend. Agile requirements bridge the gap between business and IT stakeholders, promoting a shared view and understanding of the end-users expectations, improving overall product quality and customer satisfaction.
A good requirement should be valuable, actionable, concise, and specific - it should answer the question "What do we need?". Use the Business Process Modeler to capture, connect, optimize, and communicate product requirements, both functional and non-functional, to all relevant stakeholders.Learn more
Cross-functional collaboration is key to defining, writing, and managing requirements. Collaborative teams ensure both business and IT stakeholders are active throughout the software development lifecycle. Teams that are aligned are able to accelerate time to market, reduce time spent on unplanned work, and improve customer satisfactionLearn more
While defining and managing requirements is critical, it's just as important to understand how the finished product adds to organizational objectives. Tracing requirements back to business goals, policies, procedures, rules and regulatory obligations ensures that the results of the project match up, and support, the business goals and are compliant.Learn more
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