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Agile requirements management webinar

 

Agile requirements management webinar

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Starting 06 February 2019 12:30 through to 06 February 2019 13:30

Systems Engineering (SE) is well suited to develop large, complex products in a stable project environment, where the requirements can be defined and fixed upfront. In fact, SE relies on an initial, well-defined end user’s need specified in for example, a User Requirements Specification (URS) or Stakeholder Requirements Specification (StRS), to establish an initial requirements baseline which is used to drive the rest of the development process.
           
However not all development projects happen that way. Sometimes the end user’s need is not clear, or cannot be well defined upfront, thus not allowing this to be captured in a fixed requirements baseline. Furthermore, the project environment may need to accommodate rapid change, both in the end users’ need and in the technologies available to satisfy this need.

In such a project environment, an agile development approach, as described, for example, in the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) of ©Scaled Agile, Inc., may be more suitable since it allows for incremental delivery of the product and changes to requirements.

This can accommodate undefined end user needs, rapid change in requirements and allow for the introduction of innovation during the development and implementation stages.

This webinar will cover how some of the techniques of the Scaled Agile Framework®, could be applied to enhance the requirements management process of systems engineering.

This webinar looks at how the requirements management process of systems engineering, may benefit from aspects derived in developing systems within an agile project management environment.

 

 

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