Strong elicitation skills are a 'must have' for anyone charged with defining requirements for their project. Success is dependent on a mixture of technical skills (i.e. knowing which technique to use and how to use it) and interpersonal skills (i.e. building relationships, listening, and gaining consensus). Whether you plan to meet with your stakeholders in one-on-one sessions, in a requirements workshop, or remotely, you will need to know how to select and implement techniques to accurately and efficiently identify the needs of your business.
In this highly interactive 2-day course, you will learn how to enhance and refine your elicitation skills. Industry best practices are explained and then augmented with professional tips and methods. Working in small groups, you will practice new techniques and discuss strategies that your organization should be using to better define stakeholder needs. A case study driven workshop comprises more than half the course and provides a real-world example, templates, and job aids to reference once you are back on the job. If you are struggling with missing requirements, lack of stakeholder involvement, out of control scope, you'll want to consider this workshop!
This course is a must-have for the Business Analyst, Business Systems Analyst, Systems Analyst, and Requirements Engineer. The Business Sponsor and the Project Manager who are actively involved with specifying requirements for their project will also benefit from this workshop
By taking this workshop, participants will be able to:
General knowledge of the requirements process is recommended. The Business Analysis Essentials (BA-01) course would provide this information