Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

The ultimate objective of a business analysis, process improvement or information technology project is to improve business results.  This seminar will present proven approaches to analyzing current conditions, business needs and technology enablers.  Verification and validation techniques will be used to assure proposed solutions meet the needs of users and customers. 

Objectives

  • Analyze user and functional requirements
  • Prioritize and organize business requirements
  • Revise “to be” process and system designs
  • Determine requirements attributes
  • Verify and validate requirements
  • Define solution options
  • Analyze potential business value of solutions

Audience

Business analysts, systems analysts, requirements professionals, business product owners, business architects, project/program managers and PMO directors, team leaders, development managers, process improvement professionals, RFP developers, and IT specialists.

Prerequisites

None

Outline

  • Continuing the Journey
  • Elaborating the Requirements
    • Envisioning the future
    • Additional modeling techniques
      • Process
      • Context
      • Data
    • Acceptance criteria
    • The requirements package
  • Getting the Right Requirements Right
    • Evaluating the requirements
    • Evaluating the requirements package
    • Alignment with the business value
    • Requirements review techniques
  • Solution Design
    • JAD sessions
    • Leading creativity
    • Identifying solutions
    • Evaluating options
  • Managing BA Deliverables
    • Requirements management plan
    • Requirements prioritization
    • Requirements traceability
    • Change management

Duration

2 Days (12 hours)

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