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Project Requirements Management

Description:

The first session defines different types of requirements and examples for each. Identify where requirements fit within the project lifecycle and how they provide value to project management.

The second session reviews how to implement a structured approach to gathering requirements. Create clear and concise project requirements and review examples of complete, comprehensible, and verifiable requirements.

The third session explains the importance of traceability and why it is essential to ensure quality is maintained throughout a project’s lifecycle. Provide examples of tools used to trace requirements.

 

PMI® PDU

This course is eligible for 2.25 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

 

Presenter Info:

Walter Stinnett is a project manager and serves as the Learning and Development Delivery Manager for Edwards Performance Solutions. He coordinates training, teaches primarily Microsoft Project courses, and has presented project management tools at various venues. He joined Edwards in 2004 as a Project Coordinator and Scheduler and provided project planning and scheduling support to a variety of commercial and federal government clients, including Swales Aerospace, Department of Justice, Federal Aviation Administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Walter’s certifications include the PMP and MCTS.

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Lessons

Part 1: Introduction to Requirements Management

  Event Description: This first session defines different types of requirements and examples for each. Identify where requirements fit within the project lifecycle and how they provide value to project management.   Learning Objectives: • Define requirements • Delineate between different types of requirements • Identify why requirements are essential to project success How do we track the information within MS Project? We will talk about using custom fields, custom views, and custom filters to enhance our reporting capabilities. How can we use both MS Project reporting and exports to help communicate this information to our stakeholders? We will discuss some do's and don’ts about creating reports and dashboards.   Test your skills after completing this lesson

Part 2: Gathering and Writing Requirements

  Event Description: This second session reviews how to implement a structured approach to gathering requirements. Create clear and concise project requirements and review examples of complete, comprehensible, and verifiable requirements.   Learning Objectives: • Define the requirements management process • Write well defined and properly structured requirements   Test your skills after completing this lesson

Part 3: Monitoring and Controlling Requirements

  Event Description: This third session explains the importance of traceability and why it is essential to ensure quality is maintained throughout a project’s lifecycle. Provide examples of tools used to trace requirements.   Learning Objectives: • Define requirements traceability • Monitor requirements to ensure quality is maintained • Explore tools used to trace requirements Test your skills after completing this lesson

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15 learners on this course