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A Project Management Primer – Scope – Requirements (#11 in the Hut A Project Management Primer)
By Nick Jenkins

Requirements specification is the process of refining the goals of a project to decide what must be achieved to satisfy the ‘customers’.

Sometimes requirements specification takes place before the formal commencement of a project to help identify and select the right for a solution and technology. Often this is known as a feasibility study or project analysis. More typically however some requirements are thrown together (maybe in a proposal) and the real requirements specification occurs only after the project has started.

Next in the Hut A Project Management Primer:

A Project Management Primer – Scope – Requirements – Functional Requirements

Previously in the Hut A Project Management Primer:

A Project Management Primer – Scope – Scope, Visions and Goals – Return on Investment

Nick Jenkins is an IT manager with 10 years experience in software development, project management and software testing. He’s worked in various fields of IT development in Australia, Britain and the USA and occasionally he learned something along the way. Now he lives on the banks of the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia, and he publishes the odd guide to help aspiring IT professionals. Nick’s website can be found at www.nickjenkins.net.

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