Why take this course?
After completing this course, you will be able to
- explain how a Project Charter can serve as a guide to business analysis.
- describe the purpose and characteristics of a "business requirement."
- conduct appropriate businessa analysis activities throughout the development lifecycle.
- create a requirements document to frame the gathering and analysis of business requirements.
- identify and document business requirements and rules.
- perform rudimentary data and process analysis.
- analyze how processes and data are related.
- document these process and data relationships using a variety of models.
- describe the essential elements of a Use Case.
- create a comprehensive Use Case Framework.
BA10 Duration - 3 Days : Fee - $ 1,797.00 (CAD)
Tue Sep 22, 2015
Wed Nov 4, 2015
Wed Dec 16, 2015
IIBA Accredited - 22.5 PDUThis intensive three-day workshop teaches you the necessary skills to gather, analyze and document business requirements. You learn by developing a Business Requirements Document (BRD) that captures most the information needed to design and test a software solution. The extensive hands-on exercises allow plenty of time to work through new concepts. Our practical, down-to-earth approach leaves you with a concrete understanding of analyzing and documenting great business requirements.
Who should attend?The course is intended for Business Analysts and those who need to understand and document business requirements as a precursor to solution development and testing.
Any prerequisites?A general understanding of business computer systems and the systems development lifecycle (SDLC) process is highly recommended.
What topics are covered?
Business Requirements and the Software Development Life Cycle
What is a Requirement?
- High level vs. Elementary Requirements
- Functional requirements vs. Design Requirements
The Project Charter Document
- Purpose and Objectives
- Vision and Scope
The Business Requirements Document (BRD)
- Requirements Definition
- Class/Data Modeling
- Use Case Framework
- Use Case Modeling
- Facilitated Sessions
- Other Techniques
- Entity Types and Classes
- Notation Schemes
Use Case Framework
- Business Processes
- Use Case Framework
- Elementary Use Case
Use Case Analysis
- Actors and Triggers
- Business Results
- Information Flow
- Information Processing
Beyond Business Requirements
- Requirements and Solution Design
- Requirements and Quality Assurance
- Requirements and Software Testing