Helping Stakeholders Discover and Define Requirements for IT Projects 7 Ways to Improve Your Requirements Elicitation Skills
Getting the right requirements for an IT project is arguably the most challenging step in software development. Nearly every study over the past 40 years has pinpointed missing and misunderstood IT requirements as the primary cause of IT project failures and overruns. The importance of requirements elicitation cannot be overstated. The requirements you elicit and gather are the foundation for the remainder of ALL of the work on your project.
This course presents 7 requirements definition techniques for getting IT requirements from project stakeholders. My co-author, Angela, and I have used these techniques on hundreds of IT projects around the globe and we know the value each provides. Every presented technique will greatly improve your ability to elicit effective requirements which is the ultimate challenge for every project.
The course defines the concept of requirements elicitation and explains why it is necessary. It presents specific business analysis techniques for identifying stakeholders, analyzing relevant business problems, helping stakeholders discover what they need and want the solution to deliver, and a set of key questions you need answered to initiate and manage the elicitation process. Applying these techniques will significantly improve your requirements elicitation outcomes.
We design our courses with a mix of talking-head instructor videos augmented with Intellimated visual aids proven to improve comprehension and increase retention.
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