Eliciting Requirements with Stakeholder Collaboration
This two-day course covers requirements elicitation techniques that engage and involve stakeholders, and when and how to use each technique. Using hands-on activities, you will learn how to prepare questions, conduct interviews, facilitate group-brainstorming sessions, organize the results, create storyboards and prototypes and present results.
Topics covered include:
- Tasks in the Elicitation and Collaboration Knowledge Area
- Preparing for elicitation
- Identifying user roles and tasks
- Conducting interviews and preparing questions
- Facilitation techniques for use with groups
- Brainstorming techniques
- Preparing surveys using Kano analysis
- Encouraging stakeholder collaboration
- Selecting elicitation techniques for specific situations
This course was formerly titled Eliciting Requirements: Techniques and Considerations.
- Business analysts
- Executives and functional managers
- Project managers
- Programmers interested in expanding their effectiveness
- Other individuals involved in project work
- How to analyze stakeholders
- How to define user roles
- How to prepare for and conduct an interview
- How to conduct an observation
- How to facilitate groups in requirements workshops using techniques that engage workshop participants
- How to create effective surveys using Kano analysis
- How to select appropriate elicitation techniques for different situations by considering project risks, project approach and time constraints
The Business Analysis Essentials class is recommended but not required as the first course in the series. All students must complete this course as part of the certificate program.
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.
The workshop includes material from the International Institute of Business AnalysisTM (IIBA®) Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide and A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide).
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