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The Busy BA Reading List, February 16th 2015 edition

It’s winter up there in Canada, with temperatures around -35ºC in the morning, which means we have a lot of time to spend inside.  Luckily, I have a conference presentation to prepare for next April (for graduate students at HEC Montréal), and many articles harvested in the last weeks to read.  This edition of the Busy (and frozen) BA reading list is therefore full of interesting...

Business Analysis Kitchen: recipes for perfect requirements

A few weeks ago, I came across a post from Adrian M. on describing an interesting solution to a common BA problem: when do you know that you captured all requirements? In a nutshell, his technique, aka the Popcorn Way (kudos for the name!), states that you should end requirements gathering activities when the time between requirements discoveries reaches a specific threshold...

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