SAB9#45,46_Tec_Rec_Datos_I & Tec_Rec_Datos_II

Gerson Ramírez
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Gerson Ramírez
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Mind Map on SAB9#45,46_Tec_Rec_Datos_I & Tec_Rec_Datos_II, created by Gerson Ramírez on 02/26/2016.

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SAB9#45,46_Tec_Rec_Datos_I & Tec_Rec_Datos_II
1 Reviewing Historical Records
1.1 Historical information other Projects, Lessons Learned, reports
2 Interviews
2.1 Interviews with Experts
3 Focus Groups
3.1 You get important information from a specific group or experts in the field
4 Facilitated Workshops
4.1 Gathers stakeholders to gain different perspectives of the product and probably define requirements
5 Brainstorming
5.1 Encourage participants to develop ideas mutually
6 Nominal Group Technique
6.1 This technique generally (not always) is performed in the brainstorming session, participants categorized the most useful ideas during the session
7 Multi-criteria Decisions Analysis
7.1 Those interested quantify the requirements with a decision matrix based on factors such as levels of risk, estimated time, costs and benefits
8 Mind Maps
8.1 Generate a diagram helps generate ideas, record or classified information
9 Affinity Diagrams
9.1 Bussines requirements
9.1.1 The reason why the project was held
9.2 Stakeholder requirements
9.2.1 They expect and want stakeholders
9.3 Solution requirements
9.3.1 As should look and operate the product
9.4 Transition requirements
9.4.1 that transfer processes or training are required to transfer the product to the customer
9.5 Project requirements
9.5.1 what are the expectations of how to start, execute, control and close the project
9.6 Quality requirements
9.6.1 quality metrics to be met by the product, as must successfully complete a deliverable
9.7 Technical requirements
9.7.1 What are the specifications and how the product was manufactured
9.8 The ideas generated in other requirements gathering techniques are grouped by similarities and easy to find additional areas of scope or that had not been identified
10 Questionnaires and Surveys
10.1 Generate questions that can get the requirements of respondents
11 Observation
11.1 Learning about business processes and know the work environment concerned
12 Prototypes
12.1 Present a product model to stakeholders and get their feedback
13 Benchmarking
13.1 see what the competition is doing, this study can be expensive or take a long time you risk blocking team ceatividad
14 Context Diagrams
14.1 Data flow diagram, is used to define and shape the scope, product interface with other person
15 Group Decision Making
15.1 Delphi Technique
15.1.1 an information request is sent to a group of experts, who participate anonymously, responses are compiled and the results are sent nuevmente to reach agreement
15.2 Take the opinion of the requirements to different stakeholders
16 Requirements Documentation
16.1 after having compiled and completed these requirements are documented
17 balancing Stakeholders´ Requirements
17.1 Levelling part of the requirements of stakeholders includes ensuring that they can meet the objectives of the project
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