business analysis lesson 6

Class discussion on Chapter 7 ( Requirements Analysis and Design Definition) in the BABOK.

  • In your groups, use the Core Concept Model in Requirements Analysis and Design Definition and provide the following for the two new requirements from the elicitation stage:
  • Transform the elicitation results into requirement(s) to define a change.
  • Analyze the need of the changes.
  • List a few solution options and recommend the one that most likely addresses the need.
  • Explain how the recommended solution meets the needs of the users.
  • Provide at least 2 benefits supporting the change.
  • Make sure all information is in context that is easily understood by all stakeholders.
  • Place all this information in a traceability matrix. Research the internet to find a traceability matrix that will house all the information above.
  • You may need to customize a traceabilty matrix that you find on the internet or build one from scratch.
  • Be sure you know what a traceability matrix is and how to use it.
  • Have each group present their findings to the rest of the class.

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  • In your groups, work together to come up with one list on how requirements analysis and design affects social media (Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, Instagram,etc.).
  • Be prepared to present and discuss your list to the entire class.

  • Submit the traceability matrix that you built during the lesson. Be sure to include the following:
  • Analysis of the need of the changes.
  • A few solution options with a recommendation that most likely addresses the need.
  • Explain why and how the recommended solution meets the needs of the users.
  • Provide at least 2 benefits supporting the change.
  • Make sure all information is in context that is easily understood by all stakeholders.