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PROJECT SCOPING (PS) MASTERCLASS 2-Days Leadership MasterClass

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Scoping is the process of defining the boundaries of a product, program, project, or iteration. Depending on your viewpoint and your involvement in the project, the components within the scope you’re analyzing may be slightly different; i.e. budget, time, resource, quality or features and functions; or stakeholders, interfaces, data flows, and processes.

This course covers scoping techniques and best practices to ensure that you are eliciting and analyzing the right requirements based on the problem statement and that you have a framework for staying within the boundaries of the project. It also provides a technique to facilitate enough analysis so that requirements aren’t missed, but aren’t overdone either. The scope diagram provides a baseline and a primary reference for measuring all future project changes and project performance.

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This workshop series is suitable for business and technology professionals, leader, director, executive, CSO, CXO,

CMO, CIO, CTO, CDO, CFO, COO, CMO, and CEO.

BUSINESS ANALYSTS

Business Analysts conduct market analyses, analysing both product lines and the overall profitability of the business. In addition, they develop and monitor data quality metrics and ensure business data and reporting needs are met. Strong technology, analytical and communication skills are must-have traits.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYSTS

Solves organizational information problems and requirements by analyzing requirements; designing computer programs; recommending system controls and protocols.

PRODUCT MANAGERS

Develops products by identifying potential products; conducting market research; generating product requirements; determining specifications, production timetables, pricing, and time-integrated plans for product introduction; developing marketing strategies.

PROJECT MANAGERS

The Project Manager manages key client projects. Project management responsibilities include the coordination and completion of projects on time within budget and within scope. Oversee all aspects of projects. Set deadlines, assign responsibilities and monitor and summarize progress of project. Prepare reports for upper management regarding status of project.

PRODUCT OWNERS

Product Owner is an IT professional responsible for setting, prioritizing, and evaluating the work generated by a software Scrum team in order to ensure impeccable features and functionality of the product.

SYSTEM ARCHITECTS

System Architects design, configure, operate and perform maintenance on networking and computer systems that allow company infrastructures to function. They consider the size, resources, data needs, desired user experience and budget of each company to determine its computing needs.

PROCESS ENGINEERS

Process engineers improve overall business processes through analysis and strategic planning. They identify inefficient business processes and work to eliminate them to increase output and decrease costs.

REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERS

The requirements engineer is charged with working with the project stakeholders and end users to elicit, understand, analyze, and document the requirements for a system in order to solve a given business problem.

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AGENDA

Module 01: Define.

• Define solution scope and explain its applicability and purpose.

• Differentiate solution scope and project scope.

• Identify the components of scope and explain the purpose of a business requirements document.

• Describe the value of scoping your area of analysis.

Module 02: Survey.

• Explain how to assess a project within the larger context of the enterprise.

• Identify the documents and information valuable to establishing project context.

Module 03: Purpose.

• Differentiate business drivers from problem solutions.

• Study problems & opportunities in the organization.

• Clearly state business objectives.

• Define project approach.

• Compose a well-defined problem statement.

• Construct a project glossary and illustrate its value.

Module 04: Key Parameters.

• Distinguish and express key scope parameters and explain their importance.

• Risks.

• Assumptions.

• Constraints.

• Dependencies.

• Plan for detailed scope elicitation.

Module 05: Data Flow Diagram.

• Express scope with graphical representation.

• Illustrate components of graphical scope & order of definition.

• Identify external agents.

• Analyze and identify data flows.

• Distinguish project boundary.

• Formulate purpose-driven name.

Module 06: Text Representation.

• Complete scope with text representation.

• Detect stakeholders from scope context.

• Analyze scope parameters for impacts on analysis planning.

Module 07: Scope Diagram.

• Evaluate and prepare scoping results.

• Indicate newly identified project information.

• Identify important actions performing a final quality check

• Produce formal context DFD (scope diagram).

Module 08: Validate.

• Validate Scope with Stakeholders.

• Explain process of validating your area of analysis.

• Describe considerations when planning communications about scope and impacts.

• Explain the importance and describe an approach to gaining stakeholder agreement on scope.

Module 09: Baseline.

• Baseline the scope.

• Define a baseline.

• Describe the value and purpose of baselining the results of the scoping effort.

Module 10: Next Steps.

• Describe next steps for business analysis after scoping.

• Identify the transition to requirements management.

• Identify options for requirements analysis and elicitation.

• Explain how scope is used throughout the project.

Module 11: Job Aid.

• Develop an Action Plan with next steps, based on the current project.

• Tips for Ensuring Quality in the Context DFD.

• Risk Responses and Planning.

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