RESCHEDULED: Killer Requirements Generation Using Design Sprints

August 14, 2019 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)

Platform: WebEx
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Duration: 60 min
Presenter: david angelow


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Requirements are a key driver for any project and there is a direct relationship between the accuracy of requirements and the outcome of a project. 

In many cases there is a direct link between scope and requirements, hence requirement definition impacts project scope.  Every project benefits by having a well-defined project scope that helps define boundaries for the project, the primary outcome/goal/deliverable to be achieved and success metrics (what does "done" look like")

We'll discuss how Design Sprint methods can be used to help project managers and teams at-large ensure alignment between current problem/challenge, scope of work and requirements for the project overall.

 Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the design sprint process and major outcomes resulting from completing a successful sprint.
  • Understand risks associated with requirements definition and risk mitigation actions
  • Understand how to identify stakeholders to engage in design sprint process
  • Understand how design sprints can be used to generate and validate project requirements
  • Understand how to manage team dynamics during the design sprint process
This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs:
 
PMP/PgMP
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