User Requirements: Identification




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  • Programmer
  • System Analyst
  • System Designer
  • IT Professional


  • Method 315 for user requirements definition
  • Method - what it involves
  • Information gathering - 6 stages
  • Information-gathering methods
  • Questionnaire design
  • Interviewing skills
  • Step-by-step interviewing techniques
  • Users - communicating effectively
  • Profiling the organization
  • Opportunity/needs assessment
  • Goals
  • Organizational requirements
  • User profiles and requirements
  • Users - identifying classes
  • Product/service - user issues
  • User participation
  • Workflow analysis
  • Workflow modeling
  • Scenarios
  • TRD: Target requirements document
  • TRD requirements
  • Unneeded Requirements - screening
  • Confirming the Requirements
  • Cross-checking the TRD
  • Development strategy for matching user requirements
  • Confirmation strategies
  • Guidelines

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