This one day workshop introduces a complete process for uncovering the real requirements, testing them for correctness, and recording them clearly, comprehensibly and unambiguously. This requirements process starts with the business—for it is only within the business that you can discover the real needs. When you know the real needs, it is possible to determine the system that best serves those needs, and to specify, completely and innovatively, the requirements to get that system built. Correctly.
The workshop is based on the acclaimed Mastering the Requirements Process—3rd edition, Getting Requirements Right. A prize draw between the delegates will select the winners of 3 signed copies of the book.
Delegates will receive a copy of the Volere Requirements Specification Template, a worked example using the Volere Template and a course workbook. Volere is an approach to requirements used in thousands of organisations around the world. It encompasses the discovery, communication and management of requirements for any type of system. This quick-start workshop gives you enough tools and techniques to write accurate and unambiguous requirements — in one day.
- Introduction to the Requirements Process and the Volere Template.
- Setting the Scope – connecting goals, stakeholders and the scope of the work.
- Exploring and Partitioning the Problem.
- Writing the Functional Requirements.
- Non-Functional Requirements.
- Applying the Requirement Process and Template in your work.
- An introduction to requirements.
- A starting point for the popular Volere requirements techniques.
- Understand the components of requirements.
- Define the roles and perspectives required for requirements analysis.
- Define the scope of the requirements effort.
- Partition or break down the scope into manageable chunks of work.
- Understand how data defines the processes and the requirements.
- Writing functional and non-functional requirements.
- Understand how the requirements activity fits into your work.
More information about the course you can find at website Aguarra.
Course length: 1 day
Date: 27. March 2014 09:00 – 17:00
Venue: Aguarra center
Trainer: Suzanne Robertson, United Kingdom