This Requirements Management course will teach you how to gather requirements, document and analyze them. It examine how to plan, identify and estimate requirements activities, control requirements scope, identify and manage requirements risk, track metrics for projects and products, and manage requirements change. It will cover the various elicitation techniques, requirements analysis and modeling, requirements documentation, and, finally, requirements communication and implementation.
In today’s projects, the biggest success factor is how well the project requirements have been collected and validated. Requirements are the basic components that make up the scope of any project. Project managers and business analysts must plan and closely identify and manage requirements for a project in accordance with existing standards in an organization. First, they must identify key roles and stakeholders and decide on a work division strategy. Working with requirements involves identifying the activities to be undertaken in order to identify requirements, identifying the risks associated with various project requirements, and managing project scope as it relates to requirements.
This course is aligned with the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®) published by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA™), and can be used towards the training preparation for the IIBA’s Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP™) certification.
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