Mastering the Requirements Process
Venue: Residenza di Ripetta
|Event Date/Time: Apr 12, 2010||End Date/Time: Apr 14, 2010|
The Volere requirements specification template, links the functional, non-functional and constraint Business requirements to the requirements models and connects them to the design specification. This seminar has indispensable information for Business analysts, requirements engineers, systems mangers, project leaders, consultants, systems analysts and planners.
This material applies to all stakeholders: users and customers will benefit from learning how to participate in this multi-disciplinary approach. It is for anybody who has a responsibility to deliver the right products-the ones that get used.
The seminar focuses on:
â€¢ A process for gathering the correct requirements
â€¢ Methods of eliciting requirements from all the stakeholders
â€¢ Ways of knowing when your solution precisely matches what the user needs
â€¢ The ability to write a complete and unambiguous requirements specification
â€¢ Improved relationships between developers, customers and suppliers
The delegates will also receive a copy of the book â€œMastering the Requirements Processâ€œ by Suzanne and James Robertson.
She is a principal and founder of the Atlantic Systems Guild. Mrs. Robertson is co-author with James Robertson of: â€œComplete Systems Analysis: the Workbook, the Textbook, the Answersâ€, â€œRequirements-Led Project Management: discovering Davidâ€™s Slingshotâ€ and â€œMastering the Requirements Processâ€. Current work includes research and consulting on stakeholders and all aspects of requirements. The product of this research is Volere, a complete requirements process and template for assessing requirements quality and for specifying requirements. In her consulting work Mrs. Robertson audits requirements specifications to identify costly errors and omissions early in the process, she also helps organisations to improve their requirements processes. She is editor of the Requirements column in IEEE Software magazine.