The training program was extremely insightful, detailed and prepared with a handsome dose of practical and real life dilemmas and situations that we all in the project management fraternity go through on a regular basis. The mapping to real life situation makes this a power packed training course. Highly recommended.
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- EXPERT TRAINERS WITH INDUSTRY DECADES OF INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
- CONFIRMS TO INDUSTY BEST PRACTICES.
- USE REAL LIFE TEMPLATES
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WRITING BETTER REQUIREMENTS
Course introduction: Requirements define what the final end product will be .Poorly defined and written requirements are at the bedrock of a majority of project failures as shown in the Standish Chaos report year on year. Good requirements do not happen by accident or without deliberate design .Companies with high requirements maturity have spent considerable time and effort in improving the requirements definition and specification areas using good quality training and intervention programs . The returns on the investment are shown to demonstrate a huge premium in terms of reduced risk, project success and cost reduction.
This course provides a comprehensive understanding on how to write better requirements with enough practice sessions.
Participants will use real life business case studies and templates to prepare a requirements package and present this to stakeholders. The course places great emphasis on rephrasing of requirements for linguistics, logical and conceptual clarity.
Create “right” understanding among stakeholders on what the requirement is about.
Learn to write and express requirements independent of technology solutions.
Save money and expensive rework by getting requirements “right the first time”.
Master the art of writing explicit error free unambiguous requirements.
Understand how to document requirements using requirements models.
Understanding why there is a communication gap between stakeholders and developers.
How to elicit real requirements from wants and desires.
Understand how to use standard requirements formats
How to manage requirements ambiguity
How to verify requirements
2) Hard copy of study material
4) Hard and softcopy of articles and templates..
5) Access to high quality learner management system.
6) Course completion certificate
Basic understanding of business environment.
- Why is a requirement so important in the overall success of the project?
Why is requirements definition so difficult?
Issues with requirements definition
Issues with natural language requirements
Whys is requirements documentation critical?
Case study for requirements documentation.
- Managing stakeholders
Eliciting requirements from stakeholders
RACI and responsibility charting
Defining the scope
Using metrics for elicitation and managing workshops
Preparing to elicit requirements
How to ask “right” questions for elicitation?
Best practices in elicitation
- Requirements formats
Advantages of requirements formats
Kinds of requirements documents
Contents of requirements documents
Requirements matrix & requirements attributes
Practice sessions: Learning to write good requirements.
Level of detail- How much is enough?
- Writing requirements
Do and Don’ts in writing requirements
Best practices in requirements documentation
Documenting functional requirements
Documenting non functional requirements (NFR)
- Avoiding requirements
Most common requirements ambiguity scenarios
Effects of natural language
- Requirements models
Selection of requirements models
Using process models and UML models
Widely used requirements models in requirements documentation
- Tracing requirements
- Documenting business rules
Documenting business rules
Business rules catalogue
- Verifying for requirement
Verifying for requirements quality
quality Requirements standards IEEE
- Rephrasing for requirements
How to rephrase for requirement clarity
- For clarity
Rephrasing for Linguistic clarity
- Validating requirements
Validating requirements with stakeholders
Quality aspects of requirements
Validation from different perspectives
Commenting, Inspection and walkthrough
Perspective based reading
Validating using prototypes
- Prioritizing requirements
Methods of prioritization
- Requirements views
Managing requirements views and status
- Requirements Tools
Diagramming, prototyping and RM tools.
•Content and sequence and case studies are subject to change based on time limit available and trainee requirements.
Online and classroom topics may be different.
Our endeavour is not only help participants pass certification but enable them to build competencies and skills that can be applied at their work place.
The lectures are delivered based on the background, needs and aspirations of the participants to make sure that they meet their needs.
Our classes are highly interactive and based on experiential learning (learning from experience) . Participants can ask questions, request clarification or explanation when it’s needed and interact with a knowledgeable instructor who can help them understand concepts and terminology in terms of their own frames of reference
The class room sessions are used to explain difficult concepts, for practical learning, role plays, group assignments and team learning, personal interactions, replying to queries, having debates and points of views and all other activities that cannot be adopted in an online session.
Trainers provide feedback on assignments and better ways of doing things and this can be achieved only in an interactive face to face discussion.
2. Subject matter experts
3. Business process owners
4. Project managers and CIO
5. Business analyst
6. Teal leads and developers
7. Line managers and Head of departments
Please send your interest for corporate batches to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you with a customised offer.
The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) certification is a prestigious professional designation from the International Institute of Business analysis (IIBA) a professional body of senior business analysts.
The CBAP program is meant for senior business analysts who have a minimum of 7500 hours equivalent to 5 years of hands on business analysis experience.
The CCBA program is meant for senior business analysts who have a minimum of 3750 hours equivalent to 2 years of hands on business analysis experience.
I am already a CCBACBAP; can I use the CDU towards my post qualification continuing development hour’s requirements for recertification?
This course will count for 32 CDU.
To access the CBAP handbook click here http://www.iiba.org/Certification-Recognition/CBAP-Designation/CBAP/CBAP-Handbook.aspx
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To apply for CBAP examination online click here http://www.iiba.org/Certification-Recognition/CBAP-Designation/CBAP-Apply.aspx
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