- Characterize the scope of the requirements work in a graphic form
- Define goals, constraints, facts, and assumptions
- Partition the requirements work
- Get down to the detailed requirements
An Efficient and Effective Approach
Whether you are just getting the requirements for a new feature or you are on a large team trying to define the requirements for a brand new system, you are always under time pressure. Getting the requirements work off on the right foot is critical. The Volere (meaning “to wish” or “to want” in Italian) process for requirements discovery has a front-end defined with efficiency in mind and can be tailored to best fit your specific situation. It is a systematic way to get to the point where there are no unpleasant surprises when you go into the study of detailed requirements.
A Proven Approach
The Volere process has been defined for almost 20 years and is practiced by organizations around the world. The text, Mastering the Requirements Process, is now in its 3rd edition. The Volere requirements specification template is now in its 15th edition.
Who Should Attend
Anyone participating in defining requirements will find value in this course, whether you are a business analyst, project manager, or subject matter expert.
Day 2: 1:00pm-4:00pm ET/10:00am-1:00pm PT
The requirements process inside the development process
Some requirements work is always done before the project starts
Requirements work in an agile environment
A first look at Volere
Getting your ducks all in a row
Getting agreement on scope
Getting agreement on goals and constraints
Getting key stakeholders involved
The Volere process form scope to detailed requirements
How detailed is a detailed requirement?
Dividing up the requirements by event response
Building a business use case
Finding the product use cases
Functional and non-functional requirements
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