Requirement Management Webinar

Essential Techniques for Facilitating Requirements Meetings

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Format OnDemand
Fomat Type Speaker Talking (Audio) while Presenting a Power Point
Duration 2 Hours
PMI PDU’s 2
IIBA CDU’s 2

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Access to the Recorded Version of Webinar
Personalized Certificate of Attendance
Copy of Presentation Slides
Tips for Getting The Session Back on Track
Stages of Group Development

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Learn how to conduct efficient requirements meetings — making the most productive use of everyone’s time
Learn how to organize the areas and topics to be analyzed – ensuring complete coverage and focused, productive discussions
Learn what process to follow that will keep the meeting on track and the requirements sufficiently defined
Learn a variety of facilitation techniques and tips specific to requirements meetings
Access setup and organization tools that accelerate your ability to apply these techniques

DESCRIPTION

Learn how to productively facilitate the discovery and definition of your next project’s requirements. Learn everything you will need to plan and conduct a requirements discovery session, and facilitate this business requirements session with your project stakeholders. In this webinar, we will discuss the role of the session leader or facilitator in a requirements meeting. We will explain a simple repeatable process for eliciting business requirements. And, we will provide a variety of tips, techniques and questions you can ask during the session to keep the meeting on track – and moving toward a successful conclusion with well defined business requirements and satisfied session participants. * Key content covered in the webinar:The role of a facilitator * Top 10 success factors for requirements facilitation * Facilitation fundamentals * Necessary preparation steps for a requirements meeting * Steps to follow in the session – the main agenda items, Using use-case and other modeling techniques * Key questions to ask during a session Critical and immediate next steps following your meeting.

SPEAKER

Louis Molnar
Louis is the co-founder of IAG Consulting which specializes in business systems requirements analysis and design best practices. Louis provides senior consulting services to companies across North America and has assisted hundreds of organizations to design and implement Requirements Management methodologies. Louis is a fully certified Requirements Architect with over 30 years experience in Applications Development, Business Analysis and Requirements Management. Louis is a founding member of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®).

Diversified Communications Canada is a PMI Registered Education Provider (REP). Our REP ID is 1811. Two hour sessions qualify for 2 PDU’s and one hour sessions qualify for 1 PDU.

Notice from IIBA: The content of the course are aligned with the BABOK®. Two hour sessions qualify for 2 CDU’s towards CBAP® recertification. One hour sessions qualify for 1 CDU towards CBAP® recertification.

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