Milwaukee SPIN

The Software Process Improvement Network is comprised of individuals dedicated to improving the software engineering practice. Regional groups called "SPINs" meet and share their experiences - initiating and sustaining software process improvement programs.

Four Core Models for Scoping Requirements

A picture is worth a thousand words.  That is, a visual speaks to us in ways that written text cannot.  In the early years of schooling, children participate in lessons called “show and tell” as an effective way to express themselves (and keep the attention of their classmates).  The majority of adults learn most effectively when visuals (pictures, diagrams, tables, prototypes, and models) are used.  This session provides an overview of commonly used requirements-scoping models. Industry expert Roxanne Miller shares the four core models that she uses on every project! Come and discover the ‘power of four’ for yourself.

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify symbols used in creating four scope models: relationship map, use case diagram, context diagram, and process map.

2. Understand how the traceability between the models helps to validate accuracy.

3. Discover the power of combining these four models to scope your next project.

 

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Date and Time
Tuesday, 10/30/2018
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM Food, Refreshments and Networking 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM Presentation
 
Location
Skyline Technologies
2nd Floor
N16 W23217 Stone Ridge Drive
Pewaukee, WI 53188

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Cost
Free - Thanks to our Sponsors
Speaker Bio:

Industry expert Roxanne Miller has been consulting on requirements management practices for over 25 years.  She is an international contributor, speaker, author, coach, and mentor in the Business Analyst community.  She is founder and principal consultant at Requirements Quest.  Her book, The Quest for Software Requirements, is an in-depth reference guide with over 2,000 elicitation questions and a tested framework for mastering nonfunctional requirements and stakeholder profiling.  Roxanne is an MIS graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

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