IIBA Meeting Tonight: Developing Properly Worded Requirements


The regular monthly meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) will be held tonight, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Wal-Mart campus, True North Conference Room in the David Glass Technology Center. The presentation will be:

Back To Basics: Developing Properly Worded Requirements That Are Understood By All Stakeholders (From The First Read)", Gene Krashenin, Wal-Mart Information Solutions Division

Program cost overruns and schedule delays are attributed, in large part, to problems associated with requirements. These problems range from incomplete, inconsistent, and incomprehensible requirements to the complexities of the change management process. These problems stem from an inability to write good requirements and a lack of understanding about the importance of requirements. They are compounded by the scope, complexity, and long life cycle of major projects. Continuous education of the people involved and automation and integration of the requirements management process are needed to combat the problem.

About Gene Krashenin, CBA®:

Gene Krashenin has been practicing business analysis for the past 16 years and currently is a Senior Business Analyst at the Wal-Mart Information Solutions Division. Prior to that he spent six years as a Senior Business Analyst working primarily on new systems development and COTS implementation for the Federal Government facilitating and leading business analysis efforts on large multibillion dollars initiatives. Gene is a George Washington University certified business analyst (CBA®) holding an MS in Nuclear Engineering and an MBA. Gene serves as a President of the Northwest Arkansas IIBA Chapter and as co-chairman of the finance subcommittee of the IIBA Chapters Council.

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