Business Requirements Gathering & Writing Training Seminar Using JAD, Use Cases and UML (4 days) how to facilitate and write requirements using best practices, JAD techniques, UML and the use case methodology.
Business Requirements Gathering & Estimating (2 days)
During the two day Requirements Gathering & Estimating training class, participants will focus on properly gathering and writing requirements at several different levels. By using the two part requirements model, techniques are learned on a Use Case and User Story basis
Data Requirements Gathering & Writing Training Seminar (4 days) how to build and define detailed data requirements for data driven, data warehousing & business intelligence projects. How to build and when to use context diagrams, conceptual data models, entity relationship diagram, domain object models, data flow diagrams and data requirements specifications.
Business Requirements Gathering & Writing Training Seminar: Including Object Modeling and Extended Practice Sessions (5 days) Focuses on providing additional practice in business analysis techniques and conducting effective collaborative requirements gathering sessions using JAD techniques and Focus Groups.
Writing Effective Requirements (2 days) how to write effective project scope, functional and non-functional requirements documents using UML and Use Cases
Facilitation Session Leader (2 days) follow-on training to take your facilitation skills to the next level
Developing Requirements & Selecting Software Packages Solutions (COTS) (2 days) The Software Package Evaluation and Selection training provides a toolkit for the project team for how to develop requirements and select the best software solution.
Business Requirement Gathering & Writing The Requirements Gathering and Writing class focuses on how to gather requirements and write the different levels of requirements effectively.
Data Requirements SkillsHow to build and define detailed data requirements for data driven, data warehousing & business intelligence projects. How to build and when to use context diagrams, conceptual data models, entity relationship diagram, domain object models, data flow diagrams and data requirements specifications.
I would highly recommend the Pierson Requirements Group.
— Lysa Cushing, Microsoft
As a business analyst, I thought that Joy provided a lot of useful tools to utilize during requirements gathering in an agile environment. I also thought that the hands on exercises were very helpful…
— Natalie Ehrenreich, AT&T
… this training laid the foundation for best practices that were recently audited and found to be the best my company has on record!
— Jeffrey Manhardt, M&T Bank
Requirements Gathering: From Chaos to Excellence.
— BA Project Summit, CNA Insurance