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How to Best Develop Requirementsfor SharePoint ProjectsDux Raymond Sy, PMP, MVPManaging Partner, Innovative-eVideo: https:...
How to Best Develop Requirements   •      What are Requirements?   •      Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering   •      ...
Requirements are …SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Requirements FocusSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Defining Business Need is a MustSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Mapping RequirementsSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
How Do You Develop Requirements?SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
How to Best Develop Requirements   •      What are Requirements?   •      Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering   •      ...
Elicitation ProcessSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Goal is to Build Solutions                              @meetdux #pc215 #mspc12
How to Best Develop Requirements   •      What are Requirements?   •      Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering   •      ...
What is Requirements Analysis?SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Analysis ProcessSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Example: Process Flow DiagramSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
How to Best Develop Requirements   •      What are Requirements?   •      Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering   •      ...
What is Requirements Validation?SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
How to Best Develop Requirements   •      What are Requirements?   •      Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering   •      ...
Generate a Requirements DocumentSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Writing RequirementsSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
Mapping RequirementsSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users   @meetdux #share2012
http://www.meetdux.com/dl/req4sp.ziphttp://sp.meetdux.com/archive/2012/04/06/FREE-    SharePoint-Requirements-Whitepaper.a...
Questions?
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How to Best Develop Requirements for SharePoint Projects
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How to Best Develop Requirements for SharePoint Projects
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  1. 1. How to Best Develop Requirementsfor SharePoint ProjectsDux Raymond Sy, PMP, MVPManaging Partner, Innovative-eVideo: https://vimeo.com/41006745
  2. 2. How to Best Develop Requirements •  What are Requirements? •  Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering •  Analysis Doesn’t Lead to Paralysis •  Too Legit to Quit? •  Put it on PaperSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  3. 3. Requirements are …SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  4. 4. Requirements FocusSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  5. 5. Defining Business Need is a MustSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  6. 6. Mapping RequirementsSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  7. 7. How Do You Develop Requirements?SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  8. 8. How to Best Develop Requirements •  What are Requirements? •  Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering •  Analysis Doesn’t Lead to Paralysis •  Too Legit to Quit? •  Put it on PaperSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  9. 9. Elicitation ProcessSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  10. 10. Goal is to Build Solutions @meetdux #pc215 #mspc12
  11. 11. How to Best Develop Requirements •  What are Requirements? •  Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering •  Analysis Doesn’t Lead to Paralysis •  Too Legit to Quit? •  Put it on PaperSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  12. 12. What is Requirements Analysis?SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  13. 13. Analysis ProcessSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  14. 14. Example: Process Flow DiagramSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  15. 15. How to Best Develop Requirements •  What are Requirements? •  Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering •  Analysis Doesn’t Lead to Paralysis •  Too Legit to Quit? •  Put it on PaperSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  16. 16. What is Requirements Validation?SHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  17. 17. How to Best Develop Requirements •  What are Requirements? •  Eliciting is Not the Same as Gathering •  Analysis Doesn’t Lead to Paralysis •  Too Legit to Quit? •  Put it on PaperSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  18. 18. Generate a Requirements DocumentSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  19. 19. Writing RequirementsSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  20. 20. Mapping RequirementsSHARE The SharePoint Conference for Business Users @meetdux #share2012
  21. 21. http://www.meetdux.com/dl/req4sp.ziphttp://sp.meetdux.com/archive/2012/04/06/FREE- SharePoint-Requirements-Whitepaper.aspx
  22. 22. Questions?
  23. 23. Produced by: Premier Partner: Platinum Partner: Gold Partner: Supported by:
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