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Poorly defined requirements can cause up to two-thirds of software errors, yet few organizations know effective methods to assure requirements are accurate and complete. At most, they use one or two weak methods and don’t recognize the weakness. This interactive session introduces 21 methods with increasing power. Following the CAT-Scan Approach, participants apply the techniques successively to a real case and discover how each different method reveals additional, otherwise-overlooked defects when they are easiest and least expensive to fix. Participants learn ways to find previously overlooked requirements, increase meaningful customer/user involvement, enhance communications and understanding, and truly test the adequacy of requirements definitions.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
This course has been designed for systems and business managers, project leaders, analysts, programmer analysts, quality/testing professionals, and auditors responsible for assuring the accuracy and completeness of business/customer requirements.
There are no prerequisites required for this class.
Last Update: June 20, 2013