Download PDFThis is a highly interactive requirements management training course that helps you assess analysis situations, interpret the information at hand, and ask the right questions so that you can determine the most appropriate approach(s) and course(s) of action to make your requirements management and definition as efficient and effective as possible.
Participants are given a scenario in which they work in teams to define their approach for elicitation and analysis. Skills and techniques covered in the prior days of Essential Skills for Business Analysis are utilized and a checklist is provided to rate their approach, revise, and present a final analysis approach. As the day progresses, students have the opportunity to “Swim with the Sharks”. The “sharks” are additional scenarios that simulate real world project obstacles in which participants make decisions on how to overcome and maneuver through the rough waters. Lessons provide concrete tips and techniques to effectively handle each situation.
- Define and revise your analysis approach
- Practice creating an analysis approach to make the most efficient use of elicitation and analysis techniques
- Identify how you should categorize requirements for effective requirements management and communication
- Define excellent requirement characteristics
- Describe best practices for traceability, impact analysis, and reuse
- Practice various communication techniques to facilitate productivity and workflow
- Discuss strategies for overcoming project obstacles, including lack of stakeholder engagement, conflict resolution, and prioritization
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This course is appropriate for new and advanced audiences. All exercises can be easily tailored to use your case study or projects. It supports the standards outlined in the IIBA BABOK® Guide and PMI-PBA. This course can be taken either stand-alone or as part of the 4-day Essential Skills for Business Analysis course. If stand-alone, students should be familiar with a variety of analysis skills and techniques.