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November Speaker Series - Product-Based Requirements Management Delivers Value to the Practice and Enterprise - 23-Nov 6:30 pm

  • 23 Nov 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • George Brown College Casa Loma Campus, 146 Kendall Avenue, Toronto, ON (Dupont TTC Subway Station)


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Thinking Outside the Project Box

Product-Based Requirements Management Delivers Value to the Practice and Enterprise


George Brown College 

Casa Loma Campus

146 Kendal Avenue, Toronto

September 21, 2016  6:30 pm


Does your organization spend millions, or even into the hundreds of millions of dollars every year on analysis only to start from scratch on each new project? You are not alone! Requirements can be treated as a project deliverable to help deliver better projects. However, this approach perpetuates practices that keeps lead organizations to spend new money to re-do old work.

Requirements Life Cycle Management (BABOK v3.0 Ch. 5) and Requirements Analysis and Design Definition (BABOK v3.0 Ch. 7) hold within them when combined with a selected few other practices the ability to provide a competitive edge that delivers directly to the business outcome and better operating cost management. This improved management of processes and resources will bring greater value to the business analysis practice in the enterprise where collaboration and strategy are becoming more important.

The presentation will also demonstrate the evolution in the business analyst that has already taken place, which IIBA Toronto has discussed in its 2016 Speaker Series. A link to those presentations will be available when this presentation is posted online this week.

Cole Cioran will discuss the shift to product-based requirements management. Product-based requirements management is in the marketplace under titles such as Living requirements, Evergreen, or the Product-Based Model. Organizations have begun to realize the importance of moving beyond the need to define product requirements to truly manage them as a valuable asset. This session will exam how you can consider requirements in a way that will lead to significant return on your investment in analysis.

BABOK v3.0 Tasks and Techniques Discussed in Today's Presentation

Business Analysis Key Concepts CH2

  • 2.3 Requirements Classification Schema
  • 2.5 Requirements and Designs

Requirements Life Cycle Management CH5

  • 5.1 Trace Requirements
  • 5.2 Maintain Requirements
  • 5.3 Prioritize Requirements

Requirements Analysis and Design Definition CH7

  • 7.1 Specify and Model Requirements
  • 7.2 Verify Requirements
  • 7.3 Validate Requirements
  • 7.4 Define Requirements Architecture
  • 7.5 Define Design Options

Perspectives CH11

  • 11.1 The Agile Perspective
  • 11.4 The Business Architecture Perspective

Resources in this Presentation

Event Particulars

This is the final event in the Blueprint 2016 Agile Series

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Registration / Networking: 6:00 – 6:30 pm
Presentation: 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Room C337

George Brown College Casa Loma Campus

146 Kendal Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 1M3



Dupont TTC Subway Station 400 Meters from entrance

Paid parking and street parking in area

About the Speaker

Cole Cioran 

  Program Manager

  Requirements Definition & Management

  Blueprint Software Systems

  IIBA Toronto Leadership Team

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