PANEL DISCUSSION: Is Format Template Compliance a Requirement for Requirements Writing?
Learn How The EARS Format Can Transform Your Project Execution
- Sarvpreet Kaur, Principal Product Manager
- Danielle Power, Customer Success Manager
- Justin Tweed, Account Executive
Unconstrained natural language requirements may seem like a quick and easy method, but they lead to a myriad of problems – from costly scrap and rework to total project failure.
Enter QVscribe’s preferred format compliance standard, EARS – the Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax. EARS provides a standardized framework to authors so they can focus more on the content rather than the structure of the requirements itself.
By simplifying the requirements writing process and supporting authors in creating clear and consistent requirements, EARS helps to prevent misunderstandings and miscommunications that can impede a project. Standardization of requirement syntax helps with quicker reviews and avoids common pitfalls like ambiguity, being overly wordy, and lack of singularity.
Then why isn’t this logical formatting and standardization implemented consistently? Is it a lack of awareness of the potential problems of unconstrained requirements? Is it insufficient time and resources to implement EARS properly? Or is it resistance to changing the status quo?
In this panel discussion, we walk you through:
- Format compliance, why should care about it, and why is it critical to success.
- How to write requirements with templates (EARS).
- How to elevate the quality of your requirements, ensure format compliance and verify efficiencies improvements.
- Project authorities looking for efficiencies in project execution.
- Requirements leaders establishing effective methods for enhancing their requirements processes and authoring.
- Requirements authors advancing their skills in writing higher quality requirements.