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Thursday, March 9, 2017

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Workshop
Monday
06
March  2017

Business Architecture: The Foundation for Enterprise Transformation

For Business Analysts and Architects this business-first approach provides incredible opportunity to become trusted change agents in their enterprises making a strategic difference
Location : London
Workshop
Thursday
09
March  2017
Workshop
Tuesday
14
March  2017
Conference
Tuesday
21
March  2017
Workshop
Tuesday
28
March  2017
Webinar
Thursday
27
April  2017

Requirements Reuse: Fantasy or Feasible?

Reuse is an eternal goal for organizations seeking higher software capability. Reusing requirements can increase productivity, improve quality, and lead to greater consistency between related systems. But effective reuse is hard!

This presentation, based on the recent book Software Requirements, 3rd Edition by Karl Wiegers and Joy Beatty, offers numerous suggestions about how to perform requirements reuse. It describes several kinds of requirements reuse, identifies some classes of requirements information that have reuse potential in various contexts, and presents some issues around making requirements reusable. The presentation concludes by identifying both barriers to effective reuse and success factors that can help your organization leverage its existing body of requirements knowledge.

Location : Virtual
Conference
Monday
15
May  2017
Conference
Monday
15
May  2017
Webinar
Thursday
08
June  2017

Requirements Management Best Practices

Requirements development deals with getting good software requirements. Requirements management addresses the challenges of handling these requirements as the project proceeds over time.
This presentation summarizes several best practices for requirements management.

The following topics are addressed:
• Version control of requirements documents
• Change control
• The change control board
• Impact analysis of change requests
• Requirements attributes
• Tracking requirements status
• Requirements traceability
• Using requirements management tools

Location : Virtual
Conference
Tuesday
06
June  2017

Chief Customer Officer Europe 2017

Europe's premiere event for CCOs and Customer-Centric Leaders
Location : Amba Hotel Marble Arch, London, UK
Conference
Monday
12
June  2017

BPMDS'2017

BPMDS is a two-day working conference attached to CAiSE (Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering). The topics addressed by the BPMDS series are focused on business processes and their IT support. One of the major aims is to discuss and to learn about concepts and techniques to enhance the ability to engineer software systems closer the business requirements.

The papers should be submitted through the conference management system available at
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bpmds2017

After the BPMDS’2017 conference, extended versions of the selected papers will be considered for publishing in a special issue of the International Journal on Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM).

SPONSORS:
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- Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE). BPMDS Working Conference is officially linked on an ongoing basis to the CAiSE conference series).
- International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 8.1 (IFIP WG 8.1).

IMPORTANT DATES:
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Paper abstracts (recommended): February 25th, 2017
Submission deadline: March 1st, 2017
Notification of acceptance: March 27th, 2017
Camera-ready papers due: April 6th, 2017

Location : ATLANTIC Congress Hotel Essen Germany
Conference
Monday
19
June  2017
Conference
Tuesday
20
June  2017
Conference
Monday
03
July  2017

Chief Data & Analytics Officer Africa 2017

The premiere event for Data & Analytics Executives
Location : The Maslow, Johannesburg, South Africa
Webinar
Thursday
17
August  2017

Elements of Requirements Style

This presentation describes numerous techniques for writing software functional requirements, focused on the core objective of clear and effective communication. You’ll see multiple styles of writing functional requirements and you'll learn many vague “weak words” to avoid.

The presentation describes several common types of requirements ambiguity and shows how to rewrite ambiguous requirements to make them clearer. We’ll also explore the common issue of having solution ideas or design constraints embedded in requirements. Applying the techniques described in this presentation will help your requirements specifications speak more clearly to their various audiences.


Location : Virtual
Conference
Monday
25
September  2017
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