The advantages of applying lean and agile techniques to software design and development activities of are now well established and understood in IT focused organizations. Often many IT organizations who have implemented agile techniques continue to struggle because they either do business analysis activities through a waterfall process or skip upfront requirements analysis completely as proposed by agile purists. How do we use requirements definition and management in an agile process? This session provides a framework for evaluating best use of various types of requirements definition and management practices in agile development. It also explains some of the iterative analysis approaches that are being piloted by an insurance company, the lessons learnt and plans for further deployment including using the latest version of IBM Rational Requirements Composer.
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