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ASSESSMENT 2 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title: MIS604 Requirement Engineering
Assessment Requirements :Documentation & Lifecycle Management Report
Length :2500 words (+/– 10%)
Learning Outcomes :
The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful completion of
the task below include:
a) Critically evaluate requirements management as it applies to a variety of organisational environments.
b) Demonstrate methods for eliciting, analysing, documenting, and maintaining requirements in an organisational context.
c) Evaluate organisational requirements to maximise effectiveness and promote sustainable business practices.
This Assessment requires you as a group to write a requirements document and lifecycle management report
in response to a case study. The same case study will be used for all three assessments so that you can develop
insights into the different facets of Requirements Engineering. This is a group report of 2500 words (+/– 10%)
and should focus on the following two areas:
a) Requirements Documentation
b) Requirements Lifecycle Management
Please refer to the Task Instructions for details on how to complete this task.
The focus of Assessment 1 was on the elicitation of requirements. In this second assessment, you will come
together as a team and progress to the next step in the requirements process: requirements analysis &
documentation, and requirements lifecycle management. Here you will focus on specifying, modelling,
verifying and validating requirements using Business Analysis best practice after which you will focus on
Requirements Lifecycle Management. This assessment aims to assist you in developing workplace relevant
business analysis skills in a predictive planning context.
1. Team Formation
a. You are required to form teams of 4–5 members
b. The deadline for team registration is 11:45pm AEST Friday end of Module 2.1 (Week 3)
c. To register your team, you are required to send your Learning Facilitator an email with “[MIS604]
Team Registration” in the subject line. In the body of the email, please list the names and student
ID numbers of all the members of your team.
d. You are required to send the registration email to our facilitator before the registration deadline.
e. After the registration deadline, those students who are not in a team will be allocated to a team
by the Learning Facilitator.
2. Please read MIS604_Assessment_Case Study
2. Write 2500 words (+/–10%) requirements document and lifecycle management group report which
reflects the given case study.
3. The report DOES NOT require an executive summary or abstract.
4. Structure of the Group Report
• A professional custom title page with the subject code and subject name, assignment title,
student’s name, student number and lecturer’s name
• Table of contents
• An introduction (100–150 words) which will also serve as your statement of purpose for the
report. This means that you will tell the reader what you are going to cover in your report. You
will need to inform the reader of:
o The key concepts you will be addressing,
o What the reader can expect to find in the body of the report
• The body of the report (2200–2300 words) will need to cover two specific areas:
o Requirements Documentation – all items should contain unique identifier and priority (where applicable)
▪ Project scope
▪ Two business goals and objectives to achieve the goals. This should follow SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time–Bound) criteria.
▪ Map out a swim lane diagram of one key process which will be supported by the system
▪ Two business requirements
▪ Three stakeholder or high–level user requirements
▪ Three key stakeholders or actors within the system
▪ Five functional requirements as requirement catalogue
- Five non–functional requirements
Requirements Life Cycle Management.
▪ Discus each stage of the Requirements Lifecycle: trace, maintain, prioritise, assess, and
– A description of each stage
– The objectives of the process in each stage
– The main activities of the process in each stage
– Outputs of each stage
▪ Explain the importance of managing the requirements lifecycle and implications of not
managing this lifecycle.
▪ A Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) to manage the requirements through each
stage of the requirements lifecycle populated with the requirements identified in the
first part of this assessment. You may use Excel for your Requirement Traceability
Matrix. An example of RTM template can be like the following:
The conclusion (100–150 words) will summarise any findings or recommendations that the report
puts forward regarding the concepts covered in the report.
• Reference list
• Appendix (if required)
5. Report Format and Layout
The report should use font Arial or Calibri 11 point, should be line spaced at 1.5 for ease of reading and page
numbers on the bottom of each page. If diagrams or tables are used, please follow APA (7th ed.) guideline for
the same. Due attention should be given to pagination to avoid loss of meaning and continuity by
unnecessarily splitting information over two pages. Diagrams and tables must carry the appropriate
6. Peer evaluation
Group participation will constitute the final 20% of the mark for Assessment 2.
Participation will be determined as follows:
• Each student in the team will evaluate the other members’ contributions using a participation score
matrix (see Group Participation Score Matrix attached)
• Individually, each team member will assign a “Group participation score” (from 1–5) for each member
of the group using the score matrix.
• Each student is to assess peers’ contributions according to the Peer Evaluation Grading Scheme.
• The participation score matrix submitted by each individual student via the Assessment 2 link at the
same time as the final group digital presentation submission.
• The Facilitator will use the average “group participation score” for each member to determine the
weighted ‘Teamwork’ criterion row in the final marking rubric for this assessment.
• All peer evaluation submissions are confidential not viewed by the other team members.
7. Assessment rubric
You are strongly advised to read the rubric which is an evaluation guide with criteria for grading the
assignment. This will give them a clear picture of what a successful report looks like.
There are requirements for referencing this report using APA (7th ed.) referencing style/guideline. It is
expected that students reference list must include minimum five (05) items from essential (at least two (02))
and additional resources in the relevant subject area based on readings and further research. All references
should accompany DOI or source link.
It is essential that you use appropriate APA (7th ed.) guideline for citing and referencing research. Please see
more information on referencing here in the Academic Writing Guide found via the Academic Skills website.