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Requirements Elicitation for Business Analysis: Interviews

Description
Interviews are the most popular way to elicit project requirements. They also help business analysts and project managers understand the project from the user's point of view. This course reviews interview techniques that help build relationships with project stakeholders and obtain accurate information about the project needs. Angela Wick helps you identify when to use interviews for requirements gathering, who to interview, and how to plan, conduct, and follow up on interviews.
Activity ID
100020003112
Duration
1.25 Hours
Language
English
Activity Type
Course or Training
Customized Training
No
Provider
Lynda.com (LinkedIn Learning)
Provider Contact
Megan Russell
+1805 755-1880 (phone)
+1805 684-5900 (fax)
ldc-projectmanagement@linkedin.com
Website
http://www.linkedin.com/learning/
Professional Development Units
  • Technical
    0.00 PMI-ACP®
    0.00 PfMP®
    1.25 PMI-PBA®
    1.25 PMP®
    1.25 PgMP®
    0.00 PMI-SP®
    0.00 PMI-RMP®
  • Leadership
    0.00 PMI-ACP®
    0.00 PfMP®
    0.00 PMI-PBA®
    0.00 PMP®
    0.00 PgMP®
    0.00 PMI-SP®
    0.00 PMI-RMP®
  • Strategic & Business
    0.00 PMI-ACP®
    0.00 PfMP®
    0.00 PMI-PBA®
    0.00 PMP®
    0.00 PgMP®
    0.00 PMI-SP®
    0.00 PMI-RMP®
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Activity Content

Audience Level
Mixed
Learning Objectives
Choosing to use interviews Selecting the right person to interview Planning interview questions Building rapport in an interview Choosing probing questions Listening and taking notes Analyzing and reviewing notes before following up

Contact Information for this Activity

Contact Name
Jolie Miller
E-mail Address
projectmanagement@lynda.com
Phone
805-755-1731
Fax
Not provided

Locations, Dates and Times (2)