Requirements
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Business teams, end users, developers, and stakeholders have wide-ranging and sometimes conflicting demands for your software. By leveraging a use case-driven requirements approach taught in IconATG training courses, you can be certain that your team has the skills to elicit, capture, model and manage requirements in a way that fully satisfies all of these demands.

Requirements

Business Modeling Using UML

Duration: 3 days
Audience:

This course is designed for the business process analysts and business designers who perform business modeling. This course is also of benefit to project managers, systems analysts, and other project roles that are recipients of the artifacts produced.

Defining & Managing Requirements with Use Cases

Duration: 2-3 days (depending on whether public or private, on-site presentation)
Audience:

This course is designed for business analysts, systems analysts, requirements analysts, managers, subject matter experts, users, team leads, architects and software developers who require knowledge of requirements management techniques and use cases.

Requirements Elicitation & Facilitation

Duration: 3 days
Audience:

This course is designed for students who want to improve their requirements elicitation and facilitation skills, especially for conducting use case sessions. These roles include: Business analyst, systems analyst, project manager, team leader, and software architect.

Advanced Use Case Lab

Duration: 2-3 days (depending on whether public or private, on-site presentation)
Audience:

Business Analysts, Requirements Analysts, System Analysts, Software Designers, Information Architects, Project Managers, Testers, and Quality Assurance team members will increase their understanding of what a good use case is and how high quality use cases are developed.

Testing Use Case-Driven Projects

Duration: 2 days
Audience:

Test managers, testers, quality assurance, business analysts, project managers, developers, programmers, and/or subject matter experts responsible for testing or overseeing testing activities.

Introduction to Use Cases

Duration: 1 day
Audience:

This course is designed for project managers, subject matter experts, executives, testers, business analysts, requirements analysts, systems analysts, software designers, architects, information architects, user interface designers, quality assurance engineers, and others who want to understand use cases.

Facilitated Use Case Workshop

Duration: 2-5 days
Audience:

A single project team including the project manager, analysts, users or subject matter experts, software architect, user interface designers. Optional participants: software developers, testers, technical writers, content providers, business process experts, project sponsors.

 

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