A single well-written business requirement will save vast amounts of work and improve your bottom line immediately. A poorly-written requirement will not only fail to accomplish its purpose, it can also create cause immediate damage to your operation. That is because the business requirement is an essential written business communication. So, you can see that the title of this entry is neither redundant nor oxymoronic; “Requirements for Business Requirements” is a recursive idea that allows us to dig a little deeper in successive stages.
July 14, 2014
REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS
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