Testing Early in the Life Cycle
Reviewing Requirements and Design Adequacy
21 Ways to Test that Business Requirements Are Accurate and
15 Ways to Test that System Designs Are Accurate and Complete
2 Day Intensive Seminar Workshop
Most developers do not know how to test
that requirements and design are accurate and complete. At best,
they use one or two weak methods which are insufficient to help
prevent costly rework and up to two-thirds of the errors which
traditionally plague finished systems. This unique seminar workshop
shows numerous ways to test up-front, where payoffs are greatest.
Applying the techniques successively to a real case, participants
discover that each technique reveals additional, otherwise-overlooked
defects. Participants realize how this testing also improves meaningful
customer involvement and communication.
* More than 21 ways to test business requirements
and 15 ways to test designs.
* Finding previously overlooked problems when they
are easiest and least expensive to fix.
* Evaluating the levels of quality embodied within
the requirements and design.
* Testing techniques that enhance customers' involvement
and communication with management.
* Preventing future difficulties related to producibility,
maintainability, and usability.
* Allocating testing resources economically.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course
has been designed for systems and business managers, project leaders,
analysts, programmer analysts, quality/testing professionals, and
auditors responsible for assuring the accuracy and completeness
of system requirements and/or system designs.