Analyze, Structure and Organize Requirements
This two-day course covers requirements analysis, modeling techniques and ways to document requirements to communicate them effectively to your stakeholders. Using hands-on exercises and a case study with example solutions, this course introduces methods and techniques so you can effectively model and document requirements for different audiences or stakeholders.
- Requirements Analysis and Design Definition Knowledge Area tasks and techniques
- Requirements Life Cycle Management Knowledge Area tasks and techniques
- Types and purposes of analysis models
- Stakeholder and scope modeling
- Data modeling
- Modeling and documenting solution requirements
- Packaging requirements for validation and approval
This course was formerly titled Analyzing and Documenting Requirements.
- Business analysts
- Functional managers
- Project managers
- Programmers interested in expanding their effectiveness
- Other individuals involved in project work
- How to write a vision statement
- How to model project scope
- How to write and review use cases
- How to create data models and use a data dictionary
- How to derive requirements from use cases
- How to write and review solution requirements
- How to create acceptance scenarios
- How to package and communicate requirements to different stakeholder audiences
Save $655 by registering for the Business Analysis Certificate Program, a series of seven courses (including this one) that can be taken in any order. The registration cost for the certificate program is $4,490, while the cost to register for all seven courses separately is $5,145.
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This course includes material and techniques from the Requirements Analysis, Requirements Management and Communication, and Solution Assessment and Validation Knowledge Areas in the International Institute of Business AnalysisTM (IIBA®) A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide).
The Center for Professional Education is an Endorsed Education Provider of the IIBA® (EEP # E48092). IIBA®, the IIBA® logo, BABOK® Guide and Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® are registered trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis. These trademarks are used with the express permission of International Institute of Business Analysis.
This course is not available for college credit.