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The Practitioners Guide to Requirements Management 2nd Edition

The Practitioners Guide to Requirements Management 2nd Edition
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Authors: Elizabeth Larson, Richard Larson
Paperback:
279 pages
ISBN-13
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 978-1467581769

The new, Second Edition of the Practitioner's Guide to Requirements Management by Elizabeth Larson and Richard Larson is now available in both paperback and Kindle editions! Planning of requirements activities is essential for success, regardless of the project life cycle followed. The new, second edition of this realistic guide offers a step-by-step approach, and explains how to manage requirements without creating a mountain of paperwork. It has been expanded with more coverage of Agile life cycles and contains a 40-page realistic case study to help apply the concepts.

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