Many of the most prestigious organizations recognize that one of the reasons thatprojects do not end well or never end is because it did not take the customer andother stakeholders. Do not risk the success of their projects while ignoring the importance of good requirements management in their projects.








Content and objetives of the seminar:


This program is designed for analysts, technicians, project managers, program managers, functional leads, functional managers, supervisors, and anyone.


Duration: 2 days (16 hours).

PDUs / Contact hours: 14 hours

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  • Introduction:
    • Project stakeholders
    • Actors Assessment
    • The project environment
  • Developing Requirements:
    • Types of requirements
    • Setting priorities
  • Making tools Requirements:
    • Interviews
    • Workshops
    • Barinstorming
    • Use Cases
  • Requirements Analysis:
    • Structured Analysis
    • Context Diagrams
    • Structured English
    • Decision trees and tables
  • Control and Verification Requirements:
    • Requirements Review and control testing
    • Testing
    • Change control
  • Specifying Requirements:
    • Requirements specifications
  • Source
  • Documentation
  • Conclusions/Closure
  • Exercices

  • Determine who are the actors
  • Distinguish between business requirements, user, functional and system requirements
  • Take requirements and create specifications of user requirements
  • Develop “use cases” user and functional
  • Create software requirements specifications