Requirements Management for Agile Projects

We have found that our clients are eager to reap the benefits of agile techniques but are unsure how to start; typical issues revolve around project scope and the best way to start eliciting requirements. Other clients have tried agile techniques but have found that the benefits were reduced because of “scope-creep” or worse, requirements missed altogether. At Agilier, we have brought together all the lessons learnt from these projects to offer a one-day workshop entitled “Requirements Management for Agile Projects”. The course has the following learning goals:

  • explaining the difference in approach from plan-driven (waterfall) projects;
  • ensuring that the project is scoped correctly;
  • understanding a rapid way to ensure that that no key stakeholder is missed;
  • learning techniques of brainstorming, documenting, estimating and prioritising requirements.

The course is aimed at all those involved in all types of agile project - such as DSDM, XP or Scrum - and provides detailed guidance to get the best out of your requirements activities to ensure that your agile project gets off the best-possible start.

This course is being finalised: to find out more information, please contact us.

Success Stories

"Agilier's experience in managing business processes made them an ideal candidate to manage functional integration thereby reducing a significant risk to the business. This involved them working with the workstream leads and developing a high-level integrated businesses process against which we planned our programme."

Chris Davies
Programme Manager, EADS Defence and Communications Systems


"I was extremely happy with the professional and complete way that Agilier performed their work and would not hesitate to use their services again."

Mike Haynes
Senior Project Manager, Cogent Defence and Security Networks

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