Team building in requirements engineering is not easy, because it depends on the strength of character, trust, discretion, skill and confidence of the consultant.
Does agile requirements engineering replace traditional requirements engineering? Where are the limits and where does the use of conventional techniques still make sense?
Is artificial intelligence merely the continuation of a known development or will it revolutionise life as such? An opinion.
When working with specialist departments, there are often misunderstandings. What are the causes of these misunderstandings and how can they be avoided in practice?
In theory, requirements engineering sounds simple, but in practice there are always obstacles. How can you identify and overcome them?
The migration of technologies or systems offers creative opportunities that are not always exploited. Fears prevent creativity – what can be done about it?
How does the error-free development of machines succeed? How do machines learn ethical behaviour? And what decisions can machines make?
Specifications often contain contradictions, gaps and errors. The task of an inspection is to uncover this. Six best practices help.