Successful projects depend on well-defined and well-understood requirements, including business requirements, product requirements, and specifications. Through effective requirements gathering, you can create the conditions necessary for your projects to succeed.
This course teaches a requirements management process. It is the foundation course in our Business Analysis series. In the course you’ll practice defining problems, assessing their
impact, and identifying and managing stakeholders’ expectations. You’ll learn how to develop itemized deliverable lists and how to discover overlooked requirements. You’ll discuss requirements verification, traceability, and change management. Finally, you’ll understand how to prioritize and select the best requirements solutions and present those solutions in a business case format.
Who should attend:
Business Analysts, Project Managers and leaders, Business representatives of larger enterprise project teams, Software developers, New project development engineers.
How you will benefit:
- Identify project stakeholders and discover and define their real problems
- Realize and uncover real requirements using new methods and tools
- Create great questions to ask in surveys, interviews, and focus groups
- Practice different requirements-documentation techniques
- Analyze, verify, and validate requirements
- Refine, manage, and control changes to requirements
- Use a hierarchical solution selection process to build a foundation for future requirements
- Conduct financial analyses of requirements solutions for benefits realization
- Prioritize, select, and present the best requirements solutions to problems
Continuing Education Units:
This course provides 2.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
This course is IIBA certified.
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