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Defining the Vision and Scope for Software Projects

This class will help students understand what goes into a vision and scope, who is responsible for supplying the information and how you analyze the data you receive.

Defining the Vision and Scope for Software Projects

This class will help students understand what goes into a vision and scope, who is responsible for supplying the information and how you analyze the data you receive.
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This class gives a detailed review of the process to define the vision and scope of a software development project.

The format outlined in this course can be used for any size project with medium to low complexity. 

This class is best for beginner business analysts or anyone that has not previously been exposed to creating vision and scope documents for software projects.

Requirements

Students should have some knowledge of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC).

About the instructors

Teresa Bennett

Business Analysis Expert
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I believe business analysis should be effortless. I've learned over the years what works, what doesn't work, and what made things easier vs. harder.

If you can get at the same information, provide the same level of concise, clear and complete requirements with less effort, then why wouldn't you do that?

My unique method of analysis will help you understand exactly what's necessary, what can be left out and how to elicit, document and share information in a way that allows the entire project team to avoid roadblocks and be successful.

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