Practical Requirements Engineering (Traditional) Training
Attila Németh is a software methodologist and consultant with years of experience in IT- and systems engineering projects, with a focus on Requirements and Test Engineering disciplines, as well as Software Product Lines.
Doing requirements engineering well is a key success factor for any project regardless of the methodology used to manage it. Although many feels that requirements engineering is common sense, it is still hard to implement it in a way that fully serves its goals.
In this training you will learn the cornerstones of this systematic discipline in a distilled and practical way that will enable the understanding and positioning of the variety of different requirements engineering approaches used throughout the industry in software and systems development projects, including the relation to agile methodologies which are covered in detail by our range of Product Owner workshops: Certified Scrum Product Owner, Advanced Product Owner workshop.
At the end it will also help you to select the right methods for your project and make sure to have all the important aspects covered.
Requirements engineering crosscuts different processes, disciplines and divisions, affecting a wide range of stakeholders. This course is therefore recommended, but not exclusively to managers, development team members, process- and quality engineers and to supplier engineers as well, contributing to the project.
- Requirements engineering as a discipline
- Requirement process models
- Types and sources of requirements
- How to tell good requirements from bad requirements
- Linguistics: how to read requirements written by a professional Requirements Engineer
- Stakeholder analysis
- Appraisal techniques and negotiation
- Textual and modeling approaches
- Structuring and qualification strategies in the V-model
- Requirement validation
- Change and release management
- Selecting the right tool for requirements engineering
- Handout (English) will be provided for the participants.
- Welcome coffee, lunch, and other coffee breaks included in the price. Price includes infrastructure and catering services that are stated on the related invoice as individual items.
- PMP certified participants are eligible to 1 PDU point per training hours as defined in the PMP Handbook on page 42, Category B.