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Who the course is for:
- Program Managers
- Senior Project Managers
- Project Managers
- Project Leaders
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Apply a requirements management process to a project life cycle
- Use proper evaluation techniques to verify and gain agreement upon requirements and that meet specific business and technical objectives
- Identify formal and informal techniques to manage stakeholder relationships within the requirements management process
- Implement a change management process to control scope creep
- An international expert available for consultation (during and after the training course)
- Sharing experience with other participants and opportunity for business networking
- A prestigious certificate from George Washington University
- Improving your business English skills
- Bilingual training materials with additional reference materials
Students will receive certyficate of course completion signed by MT&DC as PMI® Global Registered Provider.
Our courses give knowledge needed to prepere for PMP® and other PMI's exams.
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Requirements are the foundation of any project, yet the number of project failures attributed to inadequate requirements development and management is staggering. As projects progress, “scope creep” often occurs due to the inability to manage constant change. Customers’ needs and the project sponsor’s needs frequently seem to be at odds. How does the project manager cope with all the turmoil?
Requirements Management takes the project manager beyond the basics of all aspects of the requirements management process, from concept through closeout. Participants will learn up-to-date practices for requirements management and a recommended requirements management process, including proper selection of tools and techniques for specific types of projects. You’ll explore evaluation techniques to verify requirements early in the project life cycle so as to prevent costly rework downstream. Even with a solid process for managing requirements, fallout may still result from the battle between important project stakeholders. Participants will practice methods of effective relationship management and negotiation to ensure agreement on functional requirements.
1. Requirements Factors Influencing Project Problems
2. The Project Requirements Process
- a. The project management and requirements management life cycles
- b. Steps in the requirements management process
- c. Fixed and evolving requirements
- d. Organizational standards
3. Stakeholder Assessment
- a. Identification and categorization
- b. Communication plan
- c. Risk factors
4. Requirements Identification
- a. Conducting a stakeholder analysis
- b. Identifying risks and mitigation
5. Critical Success Factors
- a. Traceability matrix
- b. Global requirements mapping
- c. Test plan
- d. Requirements management standards
6. Requirements Derivation
- a. Functional and non-function requirements
- b. Global requirements
- c. Identifying multiple views
- d. Tools and techniques
- e. Documentation standards
7. Evaluation and Approval
- a. Selection of tools and techniques
- b. Requirement/prototype review
- c. Risk assessment
- d. Baseline documentation
8. Change Management
- a. Evaluate policy for project needs
- b. Establish business criteria for change control
- c. Select tools and techniques
- d. Success criteria
9. Validation of Project Outcomes
- a. Acceptance criteria
- b. Project test results
10. Closeout Procedures
PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas:
- Project Scope Management
- Project Quality Management
- Project Risk Management
- Project Communications Management
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