January 6, 2015

How To Reduce Requirements Churn

Requirements Management
5 Practices for Reducing Requirements ChurnThere will inevitably be changes to a product’s requirements during the course of a project. Some requirements churn is natural in the beginning, as the developers refine their understanding of the product and the technologies being used to develop it. In most cases, requirements stabilize after they become part of a baseline and the relevant stakeholders have signed off. If the amount of churn is still high after this point, it can drive up costs, impact quality, or force you to sacrifice key features or functionality in order to get the product out the door on time. In our new guide, 5 Practices for Reducing Requirements Churn, we discuss how to keep requirements churn from becoming excessive. From using shorter release cycles and reducing review fatigue to improving visibility and exposing the impact of change, this free guide can help your project go as smoothly as possible. Download 5 Practices for Reducing Requirements Churn and learn how to reduce unnecessary churn to keep your project on time and on budget.