Members of the delivery team, members of the architecture team, business system managers, project managers.
This event provides a complete view of the activities and techniques used to develop the Unit Task Specification, working within the established architectural framework.
- General understanding of the concepts and phases of the Solution domain;
- Familiar with the techniques of user interface design;
- Practical experience in system development or maintenance.
Should have completed the following events or have equivalent experience:
At the end of this event, the learner will be able to:
- Position the Unit Task Specification within the delivery process;
- Adequately use the deliverables that help in producing the Unit Task Specification;
- Draft a Unit Task Specification for a simple unit task.
- Why Unit Task Specifications?
- Unit Task Specification content
- Input Information Sources
- Analysis and Design Process
- Applicable Techniques
- Conclusion/From Theory to Practice
Delivery Mode and Duration
In-class learning: 1 day
Presentations, discussions, teamwork exercises.
Each participant must have a computer available (shared with one other participant if necessary) with access to the current version of Macroscope.
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