Course Duration: 3 Days

Course Category: Business Analysis & Requirements Engineering

 

21 Contact Hours

Mastering Requirements Management

   
Course Overview

This program provides training in eliciting and managing the changing requirements. Techniques are derived from Unified Process guidelines and various knowledge sources. It includes analyzing the problem, defining the vision, defining software requirements with use cases and detailing requirements.
 
This program shows how use-case modeling is used to organize requirements effectively. Hands-on will give students effective understanding of use cases.

 

 

   
Training Methodology

Make audience ask, think, work, debate and have fun.

 

   

 

Learning

    Relate concepts to practical scenarios Create common thinking pattern while managing requirements
    Create common terminology for communication Give structure to requirements documentation
    Evolve requirements in iterative fashion Understand requirements attributes and traceability Hands-on

     

       
    Who Should Attend

    Requirements Analysts, Systems Analysts, Business Analysts, designers, testers, managers and customers, Other interested software practitioners. They should desire an in-depth understanding of requirements elicitation using use case model concepts with hands-on experience applying the techniques within a use-case-driven requirements management process. 

     

     

     

       
    Course Outline Introduction
    Important definitions
    Introduction to requirement management
    Understand use case model
    Use case, actor and other artifacts
    Find problem behind the problem
    Analysis of Why Fish-bone diagram
    Gather needs for stakeholders
    Process and Problems
    Brain-storming and other techniques
    Define system
    Find actors and use cases
    Outline use-cases
    Activity Diagram
    Non functional requirements
    Guidelines Change
    Management Quality and Attributes Complexity management
    Scope Management
    When not to use use-cases
    Conclusion

                     

     

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