Whether you are developing in a more traditional “waterfall” world or moving to the Agile, iterative world, this course will help you develop techniques to clarify the scope of your product. In this course, students will explore the traditional, “requirements upfront” methods and distinguish those from the processes of current, more adaptive environments.
The course presents the problems associated with scope definition and management. We explore planning your requirements strategy, uncovering key stakeholders; organizing you team, assembling a good story, and writing clear concise statements when they are needed.
The course will present techniques for culling out the “wishes” from the needs, prioritizing the needs, and validating that what you build is what you promised.
Group exercises, practice scenarios and use cases allow a student to identify and create problem statements in advance and to practice writing clear requirements in a more precise, rigorous, and testable way.
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