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Crafting High-Quality Requirements

Oct 21—23, 2019
Online
USD 1649
Dec 11—13, 2019
3 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1649
USD 549 per day
Jan 13—15, 2020
Online
USD 1649
+6 more options

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Description

Business analysts and project managers cannot achieve project objectives without first conducting effective requirements gathering and analysis. This critical first step can determine whether a project will be successful or encounter problems throughout the project life cycle. You will learn how to identify, document, analyze, and track requirements and discuss validation and verification steps. You will create your own best practices templates and documents after gaining the skills to develop tools and techniques to use throughout the requirements process.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the responsibilities of the business analyst and the major deliverables in the business systems requirements analysis process
  • Prepare an elicitation plan tailored to the project environment and the development life cycle
  • Analyze requirements using key modeling techniques
  • Recognize and compose clear requirements statements
  • Create a high-level model of project scope using a use case diagram
  • Create models of stakeholder requirements using use cases and user stories
  • Derive and write solution requirements from use cases
  • Examine the value of both documenting requirements to aid project stakeholders in structuring requirements for use and validating requirements to determine when a project can proceed to design

Course Topics

Key Business Analysis Concepts

  • Key Concepts Overview
  • Classifications of Requirements
  • Ways to Represent Requirements
  • Requirements and Design
  • System Requirements Overview
  • Project and Product Life Cycles
  • Development Life Cycles
  • Planning for the Requirements Process
  • Inputs into the Requirements Process
  • Responsibility for Requirements
  • Project Team
  • Requirements Best Practices
  • Requirements Challenges
  • Action Plan

Elicitation and Collaboration

  • Requirements Elicitation and Collaboration Overview
  • Requirements Elicitation and Collaboration Process
  • Select Elicitation Techniques
  • Preparing for Elicitation and Collaboration
  • Tailoring the Elicitation and Collaboration Process
  • Elicitation and Collaboration Best Practices
  • Action Plan

Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

  • Requirements Analysis and Design Definition Overview
  • Requirements Analysis Process
  • Analysis Deliverables
  • Tailoring the Analysis Process
  • Analysis Best Practices
  • Analysis Challenges
  • Predictive vs. Adaptive Approach
  • Action Plan

Writing Requirements

  • Written Requirements Overview
  • Guidelines for Writing Requirements
  • Action Plan

Analyzing Stakeholder Requirements

  • Analyzing Stakeholder Requirements Overview
  • Specifying Stakeholder Requirements with Use Cases
  • User Stories
  • Tailoring the Use Case Process
  • Modeling Best Practices and Challenges
  • Action Plan

Analyzing Solution Requirements

  • Specifying Requirements Overview
  • Analyzing Solution Requirements Deliverables
  • Requirements Specification Process
  • Tailoring the Specification Process
  • Specification Best Practices
  • Requirements Specification Challenges
  • Action Plan

Documenting and Validating Requirements

  • Documenting and Validating Requirements Overview
  • Defining Requirements Architecture
  • Documentation Best Practices
  • Documentation Challenges
  • Tailoring the Documentation Process
  • What Is the BRD?
  • Importance of the BRD
  • Validation Best Practices
  • Validation Challenges
  • Preparation for Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • Action Plan

Course Summary

  • Quotable Quote
  • BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas
  • What Is a Requirement?
  • Writing Quality Requirements
  • Analyzing and Documenting Requirements
  • Developing an Action Plan

Who should attend

This course is intended for intermediate level Program and Project managers and Business Analysts.

Next dates

Oct 21—23, 2019
Online
USD 1649
Dec 11—13, 2019
3 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1649
USD 549 per day
Jan 13—15, 2020
Online
USD 1649
+6 more options

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