Effective Software Requirements Management - ESRM


Poor requirements management is a major cause of project failure. Without proper requirements management, it will be hard to achieve the needed business value from any initiative. In this course, participants will learn how to handle requirements from the very beginning of a project through its completion. It addresses requirements activities needed, attributes, artifacts, as well as traceability and developing the requirements management plan. It also addresses the stakeholders as a key element in requirements management and discusses how to identify those who should be involved and the extent and type of involvement, as well as topics like requirements governance, scope management, and change. 


It is important for you to attend if you:

  • Project Managers
  • Business Analyst.
  • System Analyst.
  • Developers.
  • Quality Assurance Professionals.
  • Anyone involved in establishing a requirements management process in their organization.


Understand Requirement Management fundamentals and use special technique to have a systematic approach for finding, documenting, organizing, and tracking a system's changing requirements in a project.
Understand RUP templates for requirement management such as Vision, Software
Requirement Specification (SRS), Glossary, supplementary specification, use-case Specification and more.

At course completions trainees will be able to:

  • Apply requirements management process using use cases.
  • Define clear responsibilities of system analyst role in software organization.
  • Customize Requirements Management Process and artifact to Develop (Vision document, Use Case Model, Supplementary specification, SRS and Requirements management plan).
  • Applying requirements management techniques to define a clear statement of product requirements.
  • Capture and documents requirements with use-case modeling techniques.
  • Use requirements attribute and traceability to help manage scope and change throughout production lifecycle.
  • Using requirements to derive on going design, test, and user documentation activity.



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