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I thought of this architectural axiom when I read a BA Times article “Dazzle ‘em With Your Documentation Style! In architecture terms, the article addressed the “form” of business requirements document (BRD).Agreeing with the authors on enhancing the “form” of the BRD, I almost wrote a comment to that effect.As you find cause to question your BRD effectiveness, compare your process for creating brd documents to this model.

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“Gee, the above checklist implies a lot of effort.” Yes, it does. He holds an Advanced Master’s Certificate in Project Management (GWCPM®) and a Business Analyst Certification (GWCBA®) from George Washington University School of Business. There are several sections that I have taken from your article to update my list.

Perhaps that is why it is called “work.” Keep in mind that 40-60 percent of the errors in testing can be traced back to a poorly documented BRD (3). Mark is the President of Monteleone Consulting, LLC. Thanks for taking the time to detail your thoughts.

As stated at the beginning of this article, this assumes that a BRD is developed using the waterfall approach. He is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP®) by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®), a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) by the Scrum Alliance, and certified in BPMN by BPMessentials.

Note the agile software development approach does not produce a BRD. He holds an Advanced Master's Certificate in Project Management (GWCPM®) and a Business Analyst Certification (GWCBA®) from George Washington University School of Business.

Below is a checklist of questions for conducting this verification.

Each question is followed by the best practice rational.

We use best practices to reduce the risk of that happening. Chee Nice article (a tad longish though :-) The one point I'd like to think about is this.

Therefore, the amount of documentation effort needs to be based on risk. Should the validation not precede the verification ? ' Do the right thing ' followed by ' do the thing right 'ming a waterfall SDLC, the end purpose of validation is to obtain BRD sign-off from the project sponsor.

To almost quote Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” – to document or not to document, that is a risk question. Once the BA obtains the BRD sign-off, it is a best practice that the BRD falls under the change control process establish by the PM.

This is because the signed BRD is now the baseline for the project.

When flaws are found or systems don't meet expectations, the project closure efforts should certainly involve looking at the shortcomings, comparing to this list and considering what additional pieces should be included next time to avoid the flaws, increase acceptance, or implement a solution that's more relevant to the customer.

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