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Writing High Quality Requirements
This course will be useful to anyone who has to document, analyze, or use requirements on a software or systems development project. It proves the ability to understand and articulate business risk, implement appropriate IS controls and develop effective plans to mitigate risk.
Writing clear and precise requirements is as important as writing correct requirements. As users of the requirements are normally different from those who write it, and belong to different groups such as Users, Customers and Development Teams, they should be easy to understand yet be able to clearly and effectively communicate the message.
This course is designed to equip participants with the required tools and techniques for finding requirements, distinguishing requirements from design, interpreting customer input, writing precise requirements and using multiple views to communicate requirements to other stakeholders.
While there are no formal prerequisites, all attendees are expected to have a basic understanding of software or systems development.
This is a fa one-day Writing High-Quality Requirements course. The course starts at 09:30 and runs until 16:30.
Alternate timings can be arranged upon request. The course can be held on a date that suits you.
Our Writing High-Quality Requirements course will be delivered Online Remotely using online training platforms. It can also be run at our training venue near Liverpool Street (London) or any preferred location in the UK or Europe.
Writing High-Quality Requirements Course Outline
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
Three levels of software requirements: business, user, and functional
Characteristics of high-quality requirements
Tips for writing clear requirements
To duplicate or not to duplicate
How much detail do you need?
Requirements vs design
Peer review defined
Who should review requirements
Formal and informal review techniques
Guiding principles for effective reviews
Checklists for reviewing requirements
DEPICTING PROJECT SCOPE
Use case diagrams
ELEMENTS OF REQUIREMENTS STYLE
Structures for writing functional requirements
Write in active voice
Common types of requirements ambiguity
Avoiding requirements ambiguity
Weak words to avoid
Avoiding solution ideas
USING MULTIPLE REQUIREMENT VIEWS
Alternative requirements views
Tables and structured lists
Choosing a requirements model
Listening for keywords in user input
Relating user input to model components
One to One
(which includes a tailor-made training programme for the individual where they can mix and match the topics from various levels to get the most cost-effective training
Group for up to 8 learners
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