Rozhdestvenskii Stanislav Igorevich
Choosing requirements quality
Requirements quality is the key aspect of BA's work. The quality criteria are well-known. But is it possible to have ideal requirements? In this talk, I'd like to discuss the requirements quality definition, its constraints, as well as some practical recomendations for writing good quality requirements and process improvements related to the quality.
Building Business Analyst qualification assessment system
Assessment of Business Analyst qualification level is a challenging task due to many reasons. First of all, expectations from a BA may vary in different industries, companies, projects and project phases. Also, any assessment run by a human is subjective: different experts may provide different results for the same person. And this can lead to misunderstanding and conflicts. Lastly, the assessment approach should be flexible enough to improve over time and meet changing demands.
In our talk, we'd like to share our successful experience of building Business Analyst assessment procedure at DataArt.
Approaches to changes’ specification
Changes do happen on every IT project and are frequently the most challenging part of it. Key goal of each BA is to capture each change and make sure the actual application does not go too far from what's documented. In this presentation I will tell about two high-level approaches to specifying changes in requirements, their strengths, weaknesses and a way to combine them.