Conducting a Requirements Use Case Workshop
This one-day workshop covers the process, methods, steps and questions to use when facilitating a structured Use-Case driven Requirements Workshop. This is a very practical approach that makes it quick and easy to discover, describe and document Use Cases directly with your stakeholders. More than 50% of this workshop is devoted to hands-on group work, individual presentation and feedback assessments using a common case exercise.
Business Analysts, Business Systems Analysts, Project Leads
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To learn and apply practical techniques for eliciting use cases
Use Case Level Setting
- What is Effective Facilitation?
- What is a Use Case?
- The Requirements Use Case Workshop and Where it Fits
- Process Modeling, Use Cases, Scenarios and Requirements
- Forms of Use Cases
- The Case Study
The Five Steps to Conducting a Requirements Use Case Workshop
- 1. Confirm Roles and Responsibilities
- 2. Review Objectives
- 3. Establish Scope
- 4. Create a Work list (of the Business Activities and Variations to define)
- 5. Describe the Business Activities using Use Case Modeling
Use Case Modeling
- 1. Identify the Actor(s)
- 2. Define the Pre-condition
- 3. Define the Post-condition
- 4. Describe the Simple (Main Flow) Scenario
- 5. Describe the Detailed (Main Flow) Scenarios
- 6. Describe the Detailed Variations (Alternate Scenarios)
- Describe the Functional Business Requirements
- Describe the Information (Data) Requirements
Learn how to effectively facilitate use case discussions to elicit the essential and sufficient level of requirements for your project.
Answer the questions:
- “Do I use Use Cases to ‘discover’ requirements”, or to describe requirements already discovered?
- “How can I help my users tell me what I need to know?”
- “How many use cases do I need?”
- “How detailed do the use cases need to be?”