The first step in creating any solution is to review stakeholder needs and analyze what tools are available to address those needs. Without understanding stakeholder requirements, you may find a solution to the wrong problem. Without understanding the tools and techniques involved, you may aim for impossible goals. It is equally important to ensure you document and confirm requirements so you have a solid plan to address stakeholder needs.
This course provides an overview of requirements elicitation as described in Chapter 3 of A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK Guide) version 2.0 by the IIBA. Specifically, this course introduces the importance of activities like brainstorming to prepare for requirements elicitation. Techniques for conducting requirements elicitation like document and interface analysis are also covered.
Finally, this course details how to document elicitation results through techniques like prototyping, and how to conduct interviews in order to conform elicitation results. This course provides a fundamental knowledge base of business analysis information fo learners can effectively put the principles to work at their own organization.
In this lecture, you will learn what requirements elicitation involves, techniques for requirements elicitation, an inputs and elements.
In this lecture, you will learn about the various techniques can be used to prepare for requirements elicitation, the 3 stages of the brainstorming technique, and what scheduled resources include.
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In this lecture you will learn that there several elements involved in conducting requirements elicitation that determine whether the process will be successful.
·Capturing requirement attributes
·Using appropriate metrics
In this lecture you will learn who the many stakeholders are, the criteria for requirements, the 3 steps of conducting requirements analysis, and group and survey techniques for conducting requirements elicitation.
In this lecture you will learn that you can document elicitation results in a number of ways. We will discuss the type of documentation that’s best for recording elicitation results will depend on the techniques you used to elicit requirements, 5 other techniques that you can use to select an appropriate documentation type for elicitation results, and documentation of the prototype and its results.
In this lecture, you ill learn the inputs and outputs necessary to confirm elicitation results.
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