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Requirement-Management, and especially “Tracking Requirements” isn’t that complicated, but it needs some discipline. Often that discipline is replaced by a tool, which is encouraged by tool-vendors. That hardly ever works.
This blog introduces requirements traceability in a conceptual, but pragmatic way. It shows –as a demo– what a team has to do (defining requirements and describing the relations) and what the benefit is. It assumes a (more or less) agile way-of-work and shows how it can become lean. A small investment in good requirements definitions makes validations a lot easier.
And yes, it used a tool: a free one; as part of the documentation-system that is used for this side. An structured,
version-controllable, textual way to write documentation, including all requirements. With a plugin that
can visualize all specifications and their relations.
Those “particulars” will be shown too.