a. Take a screenshot of the question navigation panel from the Block 2 quiz, showing the full extent of your engagement with the questions. Your screenshot should look similar to Figure 1. Paste the screenshot into your solution document as your answer to this part of the question.
Figure 1 A screenshot of the question navigation panel (yours may look different from the example shown)
b. You should write no more than 90 words for this part of the question.
Write a few sentences in which you tell your tutor about your experience of completing the quiz. For instance, you may have found some Block 2 quiz questions particularly interesting or challenging. In that case, tell your tutor why you found these questions challenging or interesting. Think of this as an opportunity to communicate with your tutor.
Part 2: Requirements (40 marks)
This question can be answered after you have completed your study of Block 2 Parts 1 and 2, and any related activities within those parts. It is designed to allow you to engage in a team-working activity that permits you to practise some aspects of requirements elicitation and to show your understanding of requirements.
More specifically, this question requires a mixture of individual and group work with members of your small team, in order to allow for discussions and better understanding of the requirements that arise from a scenario. It will let you brainstorm this scenario description, in order to assist with the elicitation of more precise requirements and to describe use cases about some software to be developed.
The question will ask you to carry out the following team activity, and will later provide full details for doing so:
• individually consider a scenario and three use cases
• individually compose six questions that you would like to ask to clarify the requirements of the use cases
• upload your six questions to the appropriate slot in TM254 OpenStudio
• hold a meeting with the team to which you have been assigned, to discuss all the questions that team members have uploaded
• agree as a team on two questions for each use case which it is necessary to ask
• decide as a team on the answers to the six agreed questions
• create a team document with the six questions and their answers.
Consider the following scenario, which describes a chain of retail stores called Walton Retail. The scenario has been described in an incomplete and imprecise way and may contain ambiguities. It is your task to brainstorm with your small team to clarify the scenario, resolve any relevant ambiguity and complete any necessary information.
Walton Retail is a chain of retail stores. It sells a number of products that are normally available at all stores within the chain. Walton Retail has two categories of employees – salespeople and staff. Salespeople are employed in the company’s stores and staff are employed in the headquarters complex (which includes the warehouse). Sales can only be handled by salespeople. For salespeople, the store at which they work is recorded, together with a commission rate. For headquarters staff, their department is recorded. Staff provides central services such as payroll, purchasing and stock distribution management. The company’s only warehouse is collocated with the headquarters. This warehouse holds additional stock to that held at each store.
Walton Retail’s operations are cur
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