The Pragnalysis Toolkit
The Pragnalysis Toolkit is a free requirements toolkit comprising templates, standards and comprehensive guidance. All 100% free to use, reuse and distribute, under the terms of a Creative Commons License.
Business Analysis in the Real World
As a Business Analyst, you'll know the importance of clear and unambiguous requirements documents. Clear requirements lead to a much smoother sign off process, and a much higher quality project deliverable. The trouble is that they can also stifle the requirements analysis process. Templates by their nature can be rigid, inflexible and extremely long and hard to navigate. The free Pragnalysis requirements toolkit is different, and helps skilled Business Analysts flexibly present their work in manageable sections.
Quality requirements : Keep things simple and flexible
"Keeping things simple" is a useful mantra, and most analysts would agree that requirements documentation should be succinct and precise. However, it can be incredibly difficult to achieve this in complex transformational projects where there are many worksterams. The Pragnalysis requirements toolkit can help you to attain this irrespective of project size.
The free Pragnalysis toolkit will help you to achieve:
- Precision: Precise and targeted requirement documents will help you achieve a faster sign off
- Brevity: Shorter requirement documentation, split into "manageable chunks" will help to engage and promote understanding amongst your project stakeholders
- Quality: A consistent approach to the documentation of requirements will enable a consistent approach to quality checking.
- Consistency: Your business stakeholders will get to know your templates, and your deliverables will be more consistent with a much lesser need for individual customisation.
- Flexibility: Individual skilled Business Analysts can "pick and choose" the right templates from the toolkit to meet the project. No more "One size fits all"!
Best of all, the Pragnalysis requirements toolkit is completely free for you to use and re-use. Download the free requirements toolkit today.