...this will be fully analysed by all team members (or by a selected group of team members), and you will benefit from our expertise, an offer or recommendations in line with your wishes along with an approach that is individually tailored to your company and project.
Our Community of Practice (CoP) Requirements Engineering consists of internationally recognised specialists in requirements engineering, agile engineering and business engineering.
As a training provider of the IREB (International Requirements Engineering Board), we not only provide lecturers and trainers, but also a think tank (academic think tank that currently has 80 members).
We provide you with subject-matter experts and specialists in business, agile and requirements engineering.
We offer you the CoP Requirements Engineering Think Tank (that currently has 80 members) as a service. The academic think tank (CoP Requirements Engineering Think Tank) consists of members from the fields of requirements engineering, agile engineering, business engineering and analysis.
We provide you with lecturers and trainers (as an officially recognised training provider of the IREB (International Requirements Engineering Board)).
We train your employees in agile engineering (preparation for SAFe, IREB RE@Agile certificate).
We offer customer- and order-specific expertise, advice and recommendations with an approach that is individually tailored to your company and project.
We not only lay the foundation for your visions and goals; we also make them plannable, assessable and achievable.
Based on this vision, we create a concept individually tailored to your company, project and situation.
We derive your goals, identify the direct and indirect stakeholders, define the system scope and system context and specify the functional requirements, quality requirements, product constraints and process constraints.
We create story maps, identify business values and risks and enable estimations and prioritisations.
We define the optimal framework and the ideal team constellation for achieving your goals. We enable scaling.
The term ‘agile’ (or ‘agility’) is difficult to grasp, but can be defined as follows:
‘A rapid whole-body movement with change of velocity or direction in response to a stimulus without losing control.’
(Source: IREB Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering, RE@Agile Primer, Syllabus and Study Guide Version 1.1.0)