Monday, April 06, 2009

Rules for Checking Use Cases

A couple of months ago I assumed the role of a quality manager for one of my projects. I learned that document quality control requires a set of defined rules to check documents against. Because the documents to do quality control on were 90% use cases, I defined a set of 8 rules for checking use cases, working with authors and checkers, as well as subject matter experts (read: customers). you can find them on Planet Project.
For all readers who face the challenge to find a BA job, or at least a (second) job where BA skills are applicable, there's an interesting discussion going on at the modernAnalyst-Forum. I suggested to move to a QA perspective. This idea fits with the above Use Case Checking Rules.

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