While agile methodologies do not call for as much up-front documentation as traditional methodologies, proper requirements gathering and documentation are still critical throughout the entire development cycle. Without business analysts helping to define clear business objectives and without a shared understanding of the problems to be solved through development, agile projects will not meet the organization’s goals.
Many of the same requirements tools and techniques used in traditional methodologies are also useful in agile. Requirements models such as process flows, business data diagrams, and traceability matrices remain essential in order to ensure completeness and accuracy of the requirements. Using a requirements management tool becomes even more critical due to the constant updates to the requirements and prioritization.
Is your organization in transition to agile? If so, Seilevel can provide workshops and other support for your business analyst teams to specifically address how to make this transition successfully. If your organization is currently using agile, Seilevel can train all your business analysts in the skills they need to thrive in this environment.
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