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Non-Functional Requirements Workshop
October 25, 2022 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
This practical and hands-on one day course is for anyone who wants to know how to make eliciting and analysing Non-Functional Requirements (NFR) easier. This course is run in collaboration with ITWorks. For full event information, pricing and registration information, please click on the link below.
Our non-functional requirement workshop is a practical, hands on workshop aimed to make eliciting and analysing non-functional requirements easier.
Attendees of this course will gain a hands-on introduction to the elicitation, analysis and documentation of Non-Functional Requirements. They will get a chance to practise the theory during the course, and will be provided with a practical, succinct and useful course manual which they can refer to after the course.
After successfully attending the course, delegates should:
✔ Understand what NFRs are and their importance on projects
✔ Know the typical categories of NFR and their significance on projects
✔ Identify appropriate elicitation techniques that would be particularly relevant when handling NFRs
✔ Identify typical stakeholders that are relevant for the elicitation and analysis of NFRs
✔ Know the characteristics of a well-defined NFR and be able to apply these when documenting them
✔ Understand how NFRs are typically documented
– Overview of a requirements classification schema.
– Understanding the different types of requirements.
The Importance of Non-Functional Requirements
Relevance of NFRs to different stakeholder groups
|3. Change Delivery Lifecycles|
|Overview of different approaches|
– Plan-driven lifecycles
– Change-driven lifecycles
– Build vs Buy
Comparison of approaches
– Timing and nature of NFR elicitation and analysis
|4. Eliciting and Categorising NFRs|
|Eliciting NFRs: Brief overview of elicitation approaches, including how to plan the elicitation activitiy|
Categorisation: Including an NFR categorisation schema
|5. Analysing and Defining NFRs|
|Documenting NFRs: Use of textural statements to define NFRs|
Prioritisation: Using the MoSCoW prioritisation framework
Verification & Validation: Quality-checking and achieving sign-off
Requirements Reuse: The relevance of reuse for NFRs.
This course is endorsed by IIBA®.