This on-demand presentation discusses how reviewing requirements can be made easier and how a collaborative environment can make reviews informal and iterative, as well as formal and final, to suit project needs.
WARRENDALE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
Undertaking the requirements review late in the project lifecycle is often left as a final check. But, underestimating the importance of the requirements review in the early stages of a project can be a big mistake that directly impacts cost and revenue. A new, 20-minute, on-demand presentation from SAE International discusses how reviewing requirements can be made easier and how a collaborative environment can make reviews informal and iterative, as well as formal and final, to suit project needs.
Sponsored by IBM, “Transform Projects With Next-Generation Requirements Review” will provide participants with the opportunity to discover:
- How the reviews of individual requirements, collections of requirements, and requirements modules are for different purposes and should be carried out separately.
- How presenting the relevant information on screen and allowing the reviewer to comment with just a web browser can reduce effort and maintain focus on the context of the current review.
- How collaborative reviews help separate and prioritize comments from requirements and are easier to track.
A question and answer session will be included in the presentation.
Lead speaker will be:
- Hazel Woodcock, Systems Engineer, IBM Rational. Woodcock has more than five years of experience in the automotive arena and 15 years in the defense industry. For over a decade, she has helped various organizations across industries improve their requirements management practices. An IBM Rational DOORS Family technical expert, she has delivered numerous trainings and is a well-known consultant for effective use of the IBM Rational Requirements Management suite of products.
Moderator will be Lisa Arrigo, Custom Electronic Products Editor, SAE International.
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