Welcome to the Software Process
and Measurement Cast 70!
The interview on the SPaMCAST 70 is with Suzanne Robertson.
We talked about requirements . . . a lot and that was good
therefore this part one of the interview.
Suzanne is co-author of
Mastering the Requirements Process
Edition 2006) a book that provides guidance on finding requirements
and writing them so that they can be understood by all the
stakeholders. She has more than 30 years experience in systems
specification and building. Her courses on requirements, systems
analysis, design and problem solving are well known for their
innovative workshops and business games.
Suzanne has varied experience as a manager, programmer, analyst,
and designer. She has consulted, done research and taught in
Europe, Australia, the Far East and the United States. Current work
includes research and consulting on stakeholder rights and
responsibilities, the specification and reuse of requirements and
techniques for assessing requirements specifications. The product
of this research is Volere, a complete requirements process and
template for assessing requirements quality, and for specifying
Atlantic Systems Guild: http://www.systemsguild.com/
Volere Requirements Resouces: http://www.volere.co.uk/
The essay is a continuation of my essay titled "Traceability: A
Radical Approach Based on User Involvement". Part Five
discusses the final leg of the model criticality. We
will now have the heart of the model defined and be ready to start
putting it all together.
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The interview in show 71 is Part 2 of my interview with Suzanne
Robertson, author, teacher, consultant and a member of The Atlantic
Systems Guild. We finished our discussion of requirements and
mastering the requirements process.