Practitioners Guide to Requirements Management, Part 1: Requirements Planning

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9780578019598: Practitioners Guide to Requirements Management, Part 1: Requirements Planning
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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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About the Author:

Elizabeth Larson, PMP, CBAP and Richard Larson, PMP, CBAP are Co-Principals of Watermark Learning, a globally recognized business analysis and project management training company. For over 20 years, they have used their extensive experience in both business analysis and project management to help BA and PM practitioners develop new skills. Elizabeth and Richard contributed to the PMBOK® Guide Fourth and Fifth Editions and the BABOK® Guide. They have presented workshops, seminars, and training classes on 5 different continents. Each author is a repeat speaker at Project Management Institute (PMI) North American, European, and Asia-Pacific Congresses, and at Business Analyst World conferences around North America and India. They are both award-winning members of the Minnesota chapter of PMI and founding members of two IIBA chapters.


Requirements Management by Elizabeth Larson and Richard Larson is one of those books that after reading is not put back to the shelf, but which will get a special place on your desktop or become a companion while on the go. This is mainly due to the practical approach that the Larsons have chosen. One feels that the book is written by practitioners and supported by their experience. The book focuses on the planning process for requirements management and puts requirements themselves in focus. This book emphasizes that business analysis can never be separated from project management, and the integration of both disciplines leads to better project performance. The book also emphasizes that the cooperation of project managers and business analysts should be planned and agreed upon. --Rainer Wendt, PMP, CBAP

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