October 17 - 19, 2011    london , United Kingdom
Requirements are the most misunderstood part of systems development, and yet the most crucial. Requirements must be correct if the rest of the development effort is to succeed. This workshop presents a complete process for eliciting the real requirements, testing them for correctness, and recording them clearly, comprehensibly and unambiguously.

Software development today has more demands on it than ever; and fewer resources to meet those demands. Getting the software right-the first time-is the most effective way to succeed under these circumstances. Today's requirements process is incremental with quick cycle times. It uses prototypes and scenarios, and it ensures that your developers know precisely what you-and your customer-mean when you write a fit criterion - a concise test case for the requirement

This workshop shows you how to precisely define the scope of the business problem, to discover and involve the appropriate stakeholders, to use techniques such as apprenticing and use case workshops to learn what the business really needs, to write testable requirements, unambiguously so the right system gets built.

Learning Objectives

-Determine your client's needs-exactly
-Discover the real business, and how to improve it
-Write requirements that are complete, traceable, and testable
-Precisely define the scope of the project
-Discover all the stakeholders-and keep them involved
-Use up-to-date techniques such as storyboarding, prototyping and wikis
-Get the right requirements quickly


Location: etc venues Paddington
Two floors of superb, canalside training, meeting and conference space in Paddington Basin.
Contact 241 Borough High Street London SE1 1GA london , United Kingdom
020 7105 6090