In this course, you will :
- How the distinction between your conscious or rational mind and your nonconscious or automatic mind affects requirement definition.
- Why is it that the question "Why?" makes people uncomfortable and forces them to justify themselves?
- What approach is most effective in getting stakeholders to accept and attend your requirements meetings?
- Here are a couple of tricks you can use to boost your confidence and belief in yourself on an unconscious level.
1. Applying Techniques from Neuroscience Strengthens Team Collaboration
- Improve Communication Skills by Knowledge of the Conscious and Nonconscious Mind
- Understanding the Communication Problems between Business and Technical Teams
- Effective Listening Skills Are Mandatory for Anyone Practicing Business Analysis
- Why the Nonconscious Mind Matters to the Business Analyst
2. Create a Collaborative Team Environment by Accepting the True Decision Maker
- Convincing Stakeholders to Work Together in Requirements Workshops
- Overcoming Resistance to Change When Working with New Requirements
- Why You Should Never Ask WHY a Stakeholder Needs Certain Features
3. How This Can Improve Requirements Elicitation, Analysis, and Collaboration
Foster Collaboration and Inspire Cross-functional Teams