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ASK Process, Inc. trains your IT professionals to provide dependable, smooth, and cost-effective software and IT services.
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Agile Software Development Series

Software Project Management Series

Software Quality Series

Business Analysis Series

Executive Workshop: Business Analysis – 1+/- Day

Overview of Business Analysis
(and the BABOK)
– 3 Days

Analyzing Business Processes
(BABOK: Enterprise Analysis)
– 4 Days

Managing Requirements Activities
(BABOK: Requirements Planning, Management, Communication)
– 2 Days

Requirements Engineering
(BABOK: Requirements Elicitation & Analysis)
– 3 Days

Documenting Requirements
(BABOK: Requirements Documentation and Communication)
– 2 Days

Ensuring Requirement Satisfaction
(BABOK: Solution Assessment & Validation)
– 2 Days

ITIL® -- IT Service Management Series

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Documenting Requirements
(BABOK: Requirements Documentation and Communication)

2 Days

Ensure that your requirements documentation is effective!

The BA Body of Knowledge (BABOK) defines the role of the Business Analyst (BA) in documenting project requirements in a way that lays the foundation for project success. The requirements documentation must contain the right information in the right form so that the people who rely on it can use it to the greatest effect.

This course explains how to identify the audiences for the requirements documentation and determine their needs so that the documentation that you produce is the firm project foundation that it should be.

During this course, you will:

  • Understand the different types of requirements
  • Identify audiences of the requirements document and their needs
  • Design effective requirements documentation for the audiences
  • Use lists, tables, graphs, models and graphics to enhance document usability
  • Engage in effective verification and validation of your requirements documentation
  • Obtain requirements signoff

Who should attend this course?

  • Business Analysts
  • System analysts
  • Project managers
  • Team leaders
  • Product managers

Course Outline (2 Days):

  • Day 1
    1. Overview of Requirements Documentation
    2. Functional requirements
    3. Quality of Service requirements
    4. Assumptions and Constraints
    5. Attributes of "good" requirements
  • Day 2
    1. Requirements Audiences and their needs.
    2. Technical writing principles for requirements
    3. Requirements Verification and Validation Reviews
    4. Packaging and Presenting Requirements for Signoff

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