Requirements Gathering Techniques

Requirements gathering techniques provide project team members with a choice of methods for eliciting needs or requirements from stakeholders and for validating requirements with stakeholders. Certain techniques are appropriate in gathering stakeholder needs, while other techniques are most helpful in defining high-level and detailed requirements, or validating detailed requirements with the stakeholders.
The three recommended techniques are Interview, JAD Session, and Survey Method. This document will explain the characteristics of the recommended requirements management techniques and when the techniques are appropriate for use within the requirements management process.
1. Interview Technique : http://directutor.com/content/interview-technique-requirements-gathering-techniques
2. Survey Method: http://directutor.com/content/survey-method-requirements-gathering-techniques
3. Joint Application Development (JAD) Technique : http://directutor.com/content/joint-application-development-jad-technique  

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