Effective requirements and design definition should, but seldom does, include assuring they are adequate. Most organizations do at best use one or two weaker than realized methods to help prevent costly rework and up to two-thirds of the errors which traditionally plague finished systems. This unique workshop shows numerous ways to review up-front, where payoffs are greatest. Applying the techniques successively to a real case, participants discover that each review technique reveals additional, otherwise-overlooked defects.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course has been designed for business and systems managers, project managers, business analysts, programmer analysts, quality/testing professionals, and auditors responsible for assuring the accuracy and completeness of requirements and/or designs.