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By Greta Blash, PMP, PMI-PBA, PMI-ACP

Even when a child starts to learn to read, the most simple sentences have both a noun and a verb. “Fetch the ball.” “Run, Spot, Run.” If we take this sentence concept and apply it to the requirements analysis process, process models define the verbs and data models define the nouns. Just as a sentence needs a noun and a verb – a requirements document needs to specify both the nouns (data) and the verbs (processes).

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