Included in this set will be assumptions, expectations, technical and industry issues, risks, the requirements themselves, stakeholders, and approvals. Be able to identify whether the requirements are formulated well enough for measurable outcomes. It' s important to be able to apply measurable metrics to each requirement so that you can gauge whether you' ve met every one. Be able to recognize when the requirements are well enough defined to move on to the planning phase. You cannot proceed to project planning until you' ve refined and nailed down the requirements.
Be able to explain risk assessment and identify project risks. Be prepared to identify, evaluate, and prioritize risks and formulate risk responses.
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