Update: Slides from the presentation
6 – 8:30pm, 28 February 2013
Free to attend for both Members & Non-Members.
For this event, we will look at the interactions between requirements engineering and project management. Many have argued for requirements-led project management whereby well-defined requirements are central to manage all project activities and risks. However, for many complex projects this dream is not reality. Based on his experience in regulated industries such as the nuclear and pharmaceutical sectors, Steve Rivkin will discuss how a closer integration between requirements engineering and project management is possible and leads to more successful projects.
18:30 Talk and Discussion
19:30 Networking around sandwiches and drinks
This is a joint event of the BCS Requirements Engineering Specialist Group and the Association for Project Management.
Steve Rivkin -
Steve is a Project and Programme Manager specialising in systems integration, requirements management, and project/programme management. He has managed a number of high profile software development projects in various sectors. He has also defined and implemented Requirements Management strategies in the rail industry using the DOORS Requirements Database. Steve is a Committee Member of the North West Branch of the Association for Project Management (APM). He has co-authored the Requirements Management section for the APM’s Body of Knowledge 6th Edition, and given workshops and presentations in the nuclear sector describing a Requirements-driven Design approach to system development.