This course provides an introduction to Rational Publishing Engine. It teaches participants how to generate documents that pull information from various sources, and how to design document templates to support the publishing needs in their company.
This course is for new DOORS users. It introduces basic DOORS concepts and functionality. It includes hands-on exercises that will teach you to create, edit, manipulate, and analyze requirements data in DOORS.
This course builds on the content learned in the IBM DOORS Introduction course. It is designed for those who will be in the role of team lead or project manager, or who want to learn more about advanced DOORS end-user functionality. It discusses creating and structuring DOORS projects, defining linking relationships and attributes, setting access permissions, and managing change. It also discusses external linking, working with spreadsheets, and applying configuration management strategies to DOORS data.
We tout the business results of applying SAFe and learn the principles from great sources like Don Reinertsen’s book, The Principles of Product Development Flow. But how can we connect the dots from the economics to the practices we want to apply and the decisions we need to make? In this workshop we use scenarios, in story problem format, and apply real numbers to demonstrate the value of the principles in action.
During this one-day workshop, you will be guided through planning, preparation, and execution of a three-part Inspect and Adapt event: PI System Demo, Quantitative Assessment, and Problem Solving Workshop.
While the roots of Agile Development and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) are in software development, the principles of Lean and Agile are generally applicable for Hardware/Product Development as well as Embedded Software. This ‘trifecta’ of software, embedded code and hardware constitutes the majority of today’s most complex systems… but hardware teams are often uncertain how to best apply their craft as part of an agile team.
This workshop teaches future workshop coaches and participants how to incrementally build system specifications that define system context, behavioral response to stimulus, structural design and interfaces. And it teaches the mechanics of running a workshop through a lengthy simulation and how to perform workshops as part of the regular agile development flow.
All development methodologies are based upon stakeholder, user, system, software and hardware requirements and align with the IIBA Business Analyst Body of Knowledge. This topic covers how to employ use cases effectively to define requirements and use them throughout the development cycle, including elicitation and testing. This course is the first in a series that presents industry best practices for requirements definition and management.
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