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Eliciting, Collecting, and Developing Requirements Workshop

Eliciting, collecting, and developing requirements workshop will teach you to avoid project failure by developing and improving the skills you need to effectively provide and document project requirements. During this interactive, hands-on workshop, you will practically develop the collections requirement process, design the requirements document, and choose a collection tool appropriate to your project’s data. You will go back to work while you are able to apply key concepts to guarantee the success of your project.

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The term “gather” does not really convey the true nature of the data provision process. You do not gather requirements; they are not just there on the ground waiting to be picked up. That is why we use the term “elicit”, which is more accurate and closer to the real process.

According to dictionary, elicit means:

  • To draw forth or bring out (something latent or potential)
  • To call forth or draw out (as information or a response)

There are several ways to elicit requirements from your stakeholders, including interviews, workshops, focus groups, brainstorming, observation, and surveys/questionnaires. While all of these techniques include three basic stages of preparation, conducting, and follow-up, they do have differences.

Eliciting, collecting, and developing requirements workshop is a hands-on training, meaning that all the topics are being taught in interactive, practical format. You will get to exercise what you are taught with real-world scenarios, in-class activities, and seminars.

Learn About

  • Interviews
  • Focus groups
  • Brainstorming
  • Observation
  • Surveys/questionnaires
  • Eliciting models
  • Agile elicitation
  • Elicitation framework
  • Hard data collection
  • Capability scope
  • Traditional elicitation methods


Eliciting, collecting, and developing requirements workshop is a 4-day course designed for:

  • Project managers
  • Project engineers
  • Software engineers
  • Design team personnel
  • R&D personnel
  • Business analyst
  • All individuals who are involved in the processes of collecting data and eliciting requirements in various projects

What Will You Learn?

  • Overview of Eliciting, Collecting, and Developing Requirements
  • Requirements Elicitation Problems
  • Current Elicitation Techniques
  • An Elicitation Methodology Framework
  • Data Collection and Reporting Procedures
  • Agile Requirements Modeling
  • Eliciting Tools
  • Traditional Elicitation Approaches
  • Collaborative Elicitation Approaches
  • Contextual Elicitation Approaches
  • Cognitive Elicitation Approaches
  • Data Collection from Written Sources
  • Hard Data Collection
  • Interviews
  • Questionnaires
  • Group Elicitation Approaches
  • Joint/Rapid Application Development Principals
  • Participant Observation Technique
  • Elicitation Models
  • Capability Scope Components
  • Elicitation Best Practices

 Eliciting, Collecting, and Developing Requirements

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