This course, Tracing and Leveraging Requirements, improves your requirements analysis capabilities by helping you identify traceability and acceptance criteria for validating your requirements through to successful solutions.
Requirements are important to organizations by their ability to deliver valuable solutions. To help you leverage the hard work put into gathering and eliciting requirements, this course, Tracing and Leveraging Requirements, will teach you how to trace requirements to ensure valuable solutions. First, you will learn what requirements traceability is and how to use a requirements traceability matrix (RTM). Next, you will explore how to use the traceability to verify and validate requirements. Then, you will discover what acceptance criteria are and why they are critical to successful requirements. Finally, you will dig into how to use the acceptance criteria to build successful test cases to validate your requirements through to solutions. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of a requirements traceability that will help you as you move forward to successfully analyzing and managing requirements for successful solutions.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Jamie Champagne and welcome to my course, Tracy and leveraging requirements. I'm an overly passionate business analysis speaker and trainer with my company Champagne collaborations. This course introduces you to tracing requirements in building acceptance criteria. Toe. Help you verify and validate your requirements. Help deliver valuable solutions. Some of the major topics that we will cover include defining requirements, traceability and using a requirements traceability, matrix or RTM. Learning how to use traceability to verify and validate requirements. Understanding what acceptance criteria is and how to leverage it for customer expectations and identifying how to trace acceptance criteria through validation by building test cases. By the end of this course, you'll understand the value of requirements traceability and be able to define acceptance criteria for your requirements work before beginning. Of course, you should simply consider your own requirements, analysis skills and where you have worked with requirements before, as this course may give you a fresh perspective on how to best approach your requirements Management work. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into requirements, analysis, work and skills area further with any courses on testing and test plan creation, business analysis or project management or any general change efforts, especially ones that require technical details. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to trace and leverage your requirements, analysis, work with this course, Tracy and leveraging Requirements a Pluralsight.