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Mastering Requirements Elicitation Level 2

Teresa Bennett, Business Analysis Expert

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16 Videos (1h 47m)
    • Module 1 Challenges in Requirements Elicitation

    • Module 2 Question Registry

    • Module 3 Question Registry Part 2

    • Module 4 Combatting Analysis Paralysis

    • Module 5 Identifying Stakeholders

    • Module 6 Stakeholder List

    • Module 7 Problem Analysis

    • Module 8 Problem List

    • Module 9 Problem Analysis Technique

    • Module 10 Will the Real Problem Stand Out

    • Module 11 Requirements Brainstorming PT1

    • Module 12 Requirements Brainstorming PT2

    • Module 13 Turbo 12

    • Module 14a Turbo 12 Form

    • Module 14b Turbo 12 Example

    • Module 15 Wrap Up


About This Class

About This Class

If everyone involved in defining a technology solution could express they want or need the solution to deliver, you wouldn’t need this training. Of course, that also means they would not need a business analyst to help them discover their requirements. They could just write them down, hand them off to the development team, and be done with it. Fortunately, for us BAs, that is not the real world!

This course is for people that have some experience doing requirements elicitation, but you know you could be better at it; more confident in your skills and reduce the risk of missed requirements.

Master Requirements Elicitation at a Deeper, More Advanced Level

What am I going to get from this course?

In this course we skip the basics and get to more advanced skills:

  • Using a question registry
  • Combatting analysis paralysis
  • Identifying and tracking stakeholders
  • How to perform problem analysis
  • Advanced brainstorming techniques
  • The Turbo 12 (12 questions to get every project started)

Who is the target audience?

  • To get the most out of this course, you should have at least 1-2 years of BA experience, including requirements elicitation. 
  • Business analysts that are consistently missing requirements or details related to requirements





Teresa Bennett

Business Analysis Expert

Hello, I'm Teresa.

I have 20+ years working in IT as a business analyst.

My road to success wasn't always smooth. Because I fell into the roles of Software Tester and Business Analyst by accident, I had to learn on my own by trial and error.

I have developed a system to help you be successful without all of that trial and error business. I'll give you proven strategies for becoming a successful Business Analyst.

I offer my experience and expertise so you c...

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