Managing Changing Requirements
This course will increase your requirements analysis skills by learning how to prioritize, approve, analyze, and present changes and maintain your requirements.
What you'll learn
To help ensure your requirements delivered the desired value, successfully managing the requirements and thinking about what changes can mean to the overall solution and value delivery is key! In this course, Managing Changing Requirements, you will focus on getting the prioritization and approvals for solid requirements, and then see how to handle changes in whatever change approach you are using. First, you will learn to define prioritization and successful criteria so that you can get and leverage prioritization for your requirements on both traditional and adaptive projects. Next, you will explore the approval processes you can use on these methodologies and what approved requirements look like. Then, you will address your requirements governance to setup the structure for successfully managing your requirements. This will be followed by you examining changing requirements and how to make the changes valued. Finally, after outlining how to present requirements change recommendations, you will be able to describe the value of maintaining your requirements for long-term use. When you are finished with this course, you will have the knowledge on how to prioritize, obtain approvals, analyze requirements changes, present recommendations, and maintain your requirements such that every action adds more value to the customer, overall solution, and organization.
Table of contents
You need to have the knowledge of how to prioritize, obtain approvals, analyze requirements changes, present recommendations, and maintain your requirements such that every action adds more value to the customer, overall solution, and organization.
Learn to define prioritization and successful criteria, explore the approval processes you can use, address your requirements governance, examine changing requirements, and present requirements change recommendations.
Before beginning the course, you should feel comfortable diving into requirements analysis work and skills area further with any courses on requirements analysis, business analysis, project management, or any general change efforts.