Engaging a disciplined approach to Requirements Analysis is a significant activity that can contribute to or hinder the success of a given project, naturally depending on many factors. Organization capability, attainment of technical skills, level of competence, social styles, psychological maturity, intelligence, management support, budgets, organization history and culture, a host of environmental factors, and stakeholder dispositions and expectations represent just a few of the factors that contribute to the success or failure of systems, operations, and/or program analysis. Clearly as a new or practicing Requirements Analyst, you have entered a dense jungle as you embark on your current assignment.
Expanding the Space of Requirements Analysis
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