Mechanisms, Methods, Tools, and Training
Another area that should be addressed in the requirements plan is the set of methods and tools that will be utilized by the project. Industry experience has shown that a small subset of all available methods and tools have proven to be the most effective. A related issue is that training needs to be provided regarding the selected methods and tools. For example, if a project or organization acquires an industrial-strength requirements tool but fails to provide training in how to use it, the tool is unlikely to be used at all, or else will be used far below its capacity. You'll find that investment in training pays large dividends.