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Requirements Definition Management – BAI02 (COBIT2019)

Parent Framework: COBIT 2019

Domain: Build, Acquire and Implement

Managed Requirements Definition

Identify solutions and analyze requirements before acquisition or creation to ensure that they align with enterprise strategic requirements covering business processes, applications, information/data, infrastructure and services. Coordinate the review of feasible options with affected stakeholders, including relative costs and benefits, risk analysis, and approval of requirements and proposed solutions.

Purpose

Create optimal solutions that meet enterprise needs while minimizing risk.

Management practices

BAI02.01 Define and maintain business functional and technical

requirements.

Based on the business case, identify, prioritize, specify and agree on business information, functional, technical and control requirements covering the scope/understanding of all initiatives required to achieve the expected outcomes of the proposed I&T-enabled business solution.

BAI02.02 Perform a feasibility study and formulate alternative solutions.

Perform a feasibility study of potential alternative solutions, assess their viability and select the preferred option. If appropriate, implement the selected option as a pilot to determine possible improvements.

BAI02.03 Manage requirements risk.

Identify, document, prioritize and mitigate functional, technical and information processing-related risk associated with the enterprise requirements, assumptions and proposed solution.

BAI02.04 Obtain approval of requirements and solutions.

Coordinate feedback from affected stakeholders. At predetermined key stages, obtain approval and sign-off from the business sponsor or product owner regarding functional and technical requirements, feasibility studies, risk analyses and recommended solutions.

Skills

Requirements definition and management REQM

The elicitation, analysis, specification and validation of requirements and constraints to a level that enables effective development and operations of new or changed software, systems, processes, products and services. The management of requirements throughout the whole of the delivery and operational life cycle of the software, system, processes, products or services. The negotiation of trade-offs that are both acceptable to key stakeholders and within budgetary, technical, regulatory, and other constraints. The adoption and adaptation of requirements management lifecycle models based on the context of the work and selecting appropriately from plan-driven/predictive approaches or more adaptive (iterative and agile) approaches.

https://www.sfia-online.org/en/framework/sfia-7/skills/business-change/business-change-management/requirements-definition-and-management

User experience analysis UNAN

The identification, analysis, clarification and communication of the context of use in which applications will operate, and of the goals of products, systems or services. Analysis and prioritisation of stakeholders’ user experience needs and definition of required system, product or service attributes, behaviour and performance. The definition and management of user experience and user accessibility requirements for all potential users.

https://www.sfia-online.org/en/framework/sfia-7/skills/solution-development-and-implementation/human-factors/user-experience-analysis

Business analysis BUAN

The methodical investigation, analysis, review and documentation of all or part of a business in terms of business goals, objectives, functions and processes, the information used and the data on which the information is based. The definition of requirements for improving processes and systems, reducing their costs, enhancing their sustainability, and the quantification of potential business benefits. The collaborative creation and iteration of viable specifications and acceptance criteria in preparation for the deployment of information and communication systems. The adoption and adaptation of business analysis approaches based on the context of the work and selecting appropriately from predictive (plan-driven) approaches or adaptive (iterative/agile) approaches.

https://www.sfia-online.org/en/framework/sfia-7/skills/business-change/business-change-management/business-analysis

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