Our employee Nikolaas Döbel leads with other colleagues on Monday, 11.03. the workshop
"Requirements engineering with specialist departments".
Monday, March 11, 2019, 09:00 - 13:00
In this workshop, the authors share their experiences with requirements engineering with and through departments: Which techniques are easy to understand and which are not? How can requirements engineering be simplified and trained?
Many techniques and methods that are used in requirements engineering (such as UML models) are not familiar to the employees in the specialist departments and in some cases can not be easily understood. However, not only computer scientists work in the project business, but in the context of digitization, stakeholders with a non-technical background are also involved. Agility has made it more and more common for requirements engineering to be performed by a non-computer scientist. Because the product owner represents the knowledge and the perspective of the users and customers (technical side), but carries out the requirements engineering.
Complexity requires seam instead of interfaces. Therefore, it is a practice-relevant question, which requirements engineering techniques are understandable for subject matter experts, how computer scientists and non-computer scientists can carry out requirements engineering together and how the interfaces in communication and documentation are designed.
In this workshop, the four experts will present their experiences with the topic as well as solutions and methods that have proven themselves.
Workshop design: Each part contains 10% theory as an impetus and 90% examples, hands-on and discussions. (see agenda)
Who Should Attend the Workshop: Project Managers, Development Managers, Product Managers, Business Analysts, Requirements Managers, Testers, Scrum Teams, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Sales and Marketing Staff, Trainers.
Practical experience in requirements engineering with specialist departments / specialists - Do's and Don'ts
Easy to understand techniques and notations
Simplification of requirements engineering
Training techniques of requirements engineering.