Webinar: Requirements Prioritization Best Practices (June 12, 2019)
June 12 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC-52PDU/CDU
This two-hour webinar for project managers and business analysts gets right to the point and covers the essential steps for prioritizing business requirements — a process based on industry best practices ranging from QFD, MoSCoW and others — and employing IAG’s experience and proven techniques for practical requirements prioritization.
This webinar will explain why prioritization is important, when it is needed (and when it isn’t,) when it should be done, what different strategies could be used and what techniques work best.
Participants will learn a practical process that is adaptable to various types of projects (from large to small) and a variety of environments from agile to waterfall.
It will provide Project Managers and Business Analysts with a clear understanding of what they need to know, and what they need to do, to easily and effectively prioritize the product requirements for their next project.
Key Content Covered in this Webinar:
1) The Most Effective Prioritization Strategies
2) Different Prioritization Techniques
3) Why Prioritize?
4) When to Prioritize Knowing
5) What to Prioritize
6) The Six Steps to Prioritizing Business Requirements
7) Key Requirements Prioritization Success Factors
8) Facilitating Requirements Prioritization Meetings
9) Rating Facilitation Methods
10) Next Steps
Get Specific Answers to:
- “How granular does my prioritization need to be?”
- “How much time should we spend on prioritization?”
- “Is prioritization done just once or iteratively?”
- “What does prioritization mean if we’re Agile?”
- “What should we prioritize? Requirements? user Stories? Use Cases?”
- “What factors should we consider when prioritizing?”
- “What is the best ‘scale’ to use for prioritization?”
- “What is the difference between importance and priority?”
Participants Also Receive:
- Presentation Material
- Requirements Prioritization Template
- Requirements Prioritization Example Worksheet
- Sample Requirements Prioritization House of Quality Example