Business Rules vs. Business Requirements

Summary: Understand the difference between business requirements and business rules before you start defining the business process. This Klariti tutorial will explain how to write business requirements and how, and where, to include business rules in your process and workflow designs. Business Rules vs. Business Requirements One area where many graduates and business analysts get […]

Business Requirements: Should you use Shall v Will?

Should you use Shall or Will when writing business requirements? Or something else? For example, some business analyst friends prefer to use Must. Others insist that Shall is the international standard, so we should stick with it. The counter-argument says that’s not good enough. Times have changed. We need to put the reader first. No […]

[Tutorial] How to Write Business Rules

At first glance, you’d think writing Business Rules would be easy. After all, you’re documenting how the business works, right? This shouldn’t be too hard as you’d assume everyone knows how it works. It’s how they do thing every day. Group of Business Rules Alas, that’s not always the case, grasshopper. What are Business Rules? […]

How to Write a Business Requirements Document (BRD)

Summary: The purpose of Business Requirement Document (BRD) is to describe in objective terms how the business solution will meet your customer’s needs and expectations. This Klariti tutorial will explain how to write a Business Requirements Document and how it relates to Systems Requirements Specification (SRS or SRD) and Functional Specifications. Download Now for only […]

How to Write Better Business Requirements

Summary: Every project starts with requirements. To improve the effectiveness of your business requirements you must establish a common understanding between the project sponsor, customers, developers and stakeholders to serve as a road-map for product development. This Klariti tutorial will explain how to write a Business Requirements Document (BRD). It covers project scope, cost estimation, scheduling, […]