Join Terri Wagner for an in-depth discussion in this video Discussing the elicitation process, part of Project Management Foundations: Requirements (2015).
- The Elicitation Process is done at both the business…and user level.…Elicitation is a human based activity…which means it's open to errors and misunderstanding…as well as forgetfulness.…If the elicitor doesn't have a well thought out…and documented plan in advance…it can be easy to miss important details.…Four things to consider here are:…Determine requirements sources,…we'll explore some to consider in a bit.…Decide how to gather information, and from whom.…
Involve research, reading, talking, and observing.…Encompass organizing and evaluating your research results.…Let's say you decide you're going to gather information…through use of questions.…What types of questions will you ask?…There are many types to consider.…Research Questions often start out as general questions…inviting users to provide information about their concerns,…interests, and needs.…They assist the analyst or project member in scoping out…what is needed.…
They don't need to be limited or specific…and the answers are not controlled in any way.…
- Differentiate among enterprise, stakeholder, and requirement analyses.
- Summarize the elicitation process.
- Explain the importance of avoiding assumptions.
- Describe how to prioritize requirements.
- Identify techniques for conducting requirements analysis.
- Recall how to create a well-formed requirements checklist.
- Explain the guidelines for conducting technical reviews.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Reviewing the Requirements Framework
2. Gathering Requirements
3. Analyzing Requirements
4. Specifying Requirements
5. Validating Requirements
6. Managing Requirements
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