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Customer Analytics For Dummies
Customer Analytics For Dummies ensures your customers have positive experiences with your company at all levels!
Discovering Requirements: How to Specify Products and Services is a comprehensive book useful for anyone looking to get the most out of their projects. It contains a wealth of carefully checked tips and tricks, illustrated examples, checklists, summaries, keywords and exercises that will help you discover requirements and better understand the real problems you’re trying to solve. Additionally, guest boxes from other experts provide extra hints and advice that can further enhance your understanding or give new ideas on how best to approach a project. It includes a full chapter on product qualities and constraints and how to discover, document, and validate non-functional requirements.
Mastering Non-Functional Requirements
Mastering Non-Functional Requirements is an invaluable resource for analysts and architects looking to capture NFRs in their engagements. It outlines a comprehensive methodology for capturing NFRs, as well as providing a framework that can be used by these professionals to tackle the complexities of NFRs across various projects. With this book, analysts and architects now have access to an essential toolkit for understanding how best to incorporate NFRs into their workflows. It also provides checklists for the software quality attributes related to the business, application, data, and infrastructure domains. If you want to ‘go deep’ this book gives thorough coverage of non-functional requirements.
Mastering the Requirements Process
Mastering the Requirements Process describes a comprehensive and industry-proven process of gathering and verifying requirements. It includes latest best practices, demonstrating how to effectively discover customer needs regardless of whether you work in a traditional or agile environment. This essential read outlines the most efficient methods possible for understanding what customers want from their products or services so that developers can deliver high quality results every time. It includes checklists to help identify stakeholders, users, non-functional requirements, and describes methods for reusing requirements and requirements patterns. Highly recommended.
Metrics: How to Improve Key Business Results
Metrics are an important part of measuring success in the business world. It is essential to understand not only what metrics are, but why they matter and how to use them effectively. This highly rate book does exactly that. Not only does it explain the purpose and importance behind metrics, but it also provides step-by-step instructions for creating reports that can be used to track progress within an organisation as well as customer satisfaction levels. The book includes examples of how to identify, collect, analyse, and report metrics that will be immediately useful for improving all aspects of the enterprise, including IT.
Software Requirements is an award winning book and is ideal for professionals involved in requirements elicitation, analysis, specification, validation and management – from business requirements to non-functional requirements. It provides a comprehensive set of practical techniques and templates that can be used to improve the efficiency of these processes. The real-life stories included provide insight into how successful organisations have applied these methods in their own environments. It covers topics such as business rules, data requirements, visual modelling, non-functional requirements and reuse which are becoming increasingly important areas for modern businesses.
The Quest for Software Requirements
The Quest for Software Requirements is an exceptional book and perfect for any professional looking to improve their skills in eliciting requirements. It contains over 2,000 suggested questions designed to help master the art of requirements gathering and ensure that all vital information is captured. It includes step-by-step techniques, insightful tips and tools, easy-to-use checklists, examples of non-functional requirements, and requirements-gathering questions. This resource provide readers with a powerful toolset to more accurately identify, classify and document non-functional requirements. Highly recommended!
The Tyranny of Metrics
In his book, Jerry Muller challenges the obsession with measuring human performance and uncovers the damage metrics are causing. He provides examples of how metrics can be beneficial when used in conjunction with personal experience and judgment, as well as an invaluable checklist for when and how to use them. This brief but impactful book offers a much-needed corrective to a harmful trend that increasingly affects us all – providing readers with an essential guide on how we can begin to fix this problem. This is a great read!
Business Analysis Techniques
The business analyst now needs the widest possible array of tools and the skills and knowledge to be able to use each when and where it is needed.
How to Start a Business Analyst Career
The most comprehensive guide available for creating an actionable plan that enables you to start a business analyst career.