The Business Analyst has been described as the person who bridges the divide between IT departments and the business organizations they support. For all of the tools and techniques to elicit requirements, nothing is more important than making the most of human contact between these two interdependent groups.
This seminar discusses several useful approaches to gathering requirements, focusing on the facilitation of collaborative sessions and the clear translation of business needs into requirements.
|Aug 28 - Sep 6||Evening||Nickrent||
Washington University - Lopata Hall
This course is intended for business analysts, designers/systems analysts, requirements professionals, business product owners, business architects, project/program managers, team leaders, team facilitators, development managers, process improvement professionals, management consultants, and IT specialists.
- Elicit and assess information
- Conduct interviews with user and business leaders
- Facilitate collaborative sessions
- Resolve conflicts and reach consensus
- Navigate organizational politics
- Foster creative problem solving
- Document the information gathered
- Write effective requirements
2 Days (12 Hours)
Contact us to customize an offering that fits your budget and specific requirements. We can deliver instructor-led training at your site, our education center, or virtually — whenever and wherever!
- GOOD REQUIREMENTS
- ELICITATION AND COLLABORATION
- WRITING REQUIREMENTS