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BA Toolbox II: Non-Functional Requirements

  • 15 Jul 2014
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
  • Room 119
  • 15

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  • Price for members of the Central Florida Chapter
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Non-functional Requirements trip up even the best teams.

 

How do you clearly define and more importantly insure delivery of such items as scalability, disaster recovery, efficiency and response time?   While you’re at it, don’t forget to address such issues at security, resource constraints and legal issues!


Make sure your BA Toolbox has the ability to breakdown and capture those requirements, as well as communicate them to your stakeholders.

 

Whether you're early in your career or a seasoned pro, you'll not want to miss this workshop!


*Workshop qualifies for CBAP CDU

  

Speaker:

 

Keith Nolen

North Highland Consulting


Keith Nolen specializes in helping businesses do more, more easily, more effectively, and more efficiently. He does this by leveraging his skills as a business analyst, enterprise analyst, software development process management and quality control expert, and professional writer and speaker. In other words, if you want better software, systems, processes, and communications, look to Keith.


Meeting Format

6:30pm -8:30

 

 

 

Attending chapter meetings is an excellent way of networking, increasing subject matter knowledge as well as gaining valuable insight, tips and solutions when handling issues in the Business Analysis and project management arenas.

 

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Location

4000 Millenia Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32839
Rm 119
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* Workshop qualifies for CBAP continuing education credit (CDU).
* Workshop qualifies for CBAP continuing education credit (CDU).
Keith Nolen specializes in helping businesses do more, more easily, more effectively, and more efficiently. He does this by leveraging his skills as a business analyst, enterprise analyst, software development process management and quality control expert, and professional writer and speaker. In other words, if you want better software, systems, processes, and communications, look to Keith.

IIBA Central Florida Chapter

P.O. Box 4616

Orlando, FL 32802-4616

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