Requirements Modeling & Analysis with Use Cases
|Event Date/Time: May 15, 2002||End Date/Time: May 17, 2002|
This workshop will provide your team with the practical skills necessary to effectively, and efficiently capture, model and analyze user-centric requirements with use cases. Your will leave understanding how to communicate better with business experts, systems analysts, designers and developers, and create use case-driven user-centric requirements which naturally translate into system designs.
You will learn how to identify and translate business goals and needs into system features, and use them to derive both functional and nonfunctional (technical) system requirements. You will learn how to effectively apply use cases. This workshop will also provide guidance on how to avoid the common difficulties that teams experience when starting a project with use cases, such as capturing the right level of detail and the complexities involved with applying and managing use cases.
· Learn how to effectively capture, analyze and communicate functional and technical requirements
· Learn how to effectively manage and maintain traceability for changing requirements
Become a better communicator by learning how to effectively structure interviews and facilitate groups
· Become a better communicator by gaining a better understanding of how the requirements that you produce are used to design and develop systems
· Understand how to use the Requirements Model to make "Build vs. Buy" decisions
· Become proficient in user-centric requirements analysis with use cases using industry standard UML
· Avoid common use case modeling and management pitfalls
· Learn how to apply use cases to develop test cases and documentation
· Understand how Requirements Modeling & Analysis fits into the overall development lifecycle
· Learn how to model essential user interfaces early in the development lifecycle
· Get templates that you can customize and use on your own projects
Who Will Attend
Business and system analysts, project managers, business experts, and anyone who needs to learn how to effectively capture, communicate and manage user-centric requirements.
Prior analysis experience is helpful, but not required.
Examples, Case Studies & Exercises
Lecture, illustrated with many examples, will present the information that you need to know in just-in-time fashion. Learning is further reinforced while you work on carefully selected real-world case studies and sequence of exercises, which incorporate the core concepts presented in the workshop. There is a 60% - 40% split between lecture and exercises.