How can we ask the right questions, get the complete picture, and fully deliver?
Not just any method.
Search for a discrete tool for requirements elicitation, and nothing much is likely to surface other than good advice to "make sure to include all relevant stakeholders." Software development has many best practices to write and size user stories, organize use cases, entities, objects and requirements, and trace to test plans. Many resources include diagrams and version control.
But is there anything that can help us intelligently generate the data itself? What tools do we have to help ensure that we ask the right questions, get the complete picture, and fully deliver?
The Nicholson Elicitation Method is a formalized method of requirements expansion that suggests that commonly missed requirements can be predicted because they are often related to the original requirements. Using this method, we can help generate user stories, use cases and requirements that are often missed - at great cost - during elicitation.
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