In this video we’re going to look at the 7 Fundamentals of Requirements Management: Granularity, Attributes, Hierarchy, traceability, Collaboration, Security and Audit Trails, and Reporting
For some the number 7 may bring to mind the 7 wonders of the Ancient World, or Yul Brynner and The Magnificent Seven. In Chinese, the number 7 symbolizes "togetherness". It is a lucky number for relationships and is one of the rare numbers considered lucky in both Chinese and many Western cultures. In this video we’re going to look at the 7 fundamentals of Requirements Management: Granularity, attributes, hierarchy, traceability, collaboration, history and security, and reporting. There is togetherness here as well, since they relate to each other and highlight the importance of requirements management to the togetherness of a project, from making sure that everybody is working together to build the same system, or that parts of our organization such as requirements, design, and test engineers are working towards the same goals. In these 2 videos we will highlight both the similarities and differences with the 'classic' Rational DOORS (9.x) product line; including new collaborative features of the new Jazz platform, the use of filters when viewing modules, and exploration of the project-wide user-customizable type system.
13 minutes, 30 seconds.
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