Books Business Management Requirement Management

Practitioners Guide to Requirements Management, Part 1: Requirements Planning

If you are a business analyst or project manager involved in business analysis, you understand how important it is to plan your work. Aligned with both the BABOK version 2 and the PMBOK Guide Fourth Edition, this practical guide leads you through the maze of requirements planning. Offering a step-by-step approach, this first in a series of Practitioners Guides explains how to plan without creating a mountain of paperwork.

Why you Need This Book:
Not only does this book list the planning steps for you, it also provides:
Templates and worksheets to help you get started with your requirements planning
Concise definitions of key terms
Tips, hints, and techniques for structuring your requirements management plan

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