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Problems with requirements are one of the primary causes of project failure. To be successful, software projects need solid requirements that have been developed jointly by the technical and the business teams. After learning business analysis, writing requirements, how to develop use cases and business modes, the next step is to learn how it can all be done quickly and effectively using collaborative workshops. Workshops bring technical analysts and end-users together to crystallize final requirements and solutions. Successful workshops don't just happen they need planning and facilitation skills. Participants will learn the tools they need to plan, facilitate and conduct a productive requirements workshop.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
-Senior professionals who want to learn facilitation techniques-Experienced business analysts and professionals who have already mastered Business Analysis Foundations and intermediate training in business modeling or requirements communications.
Students should have intermediate training on business requirements, business modeling or equivalent experience.
Last Update: May 24, 2013