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1. Title

  • Business Analysis in Practice: Requirements, Use Cases and Business Process Modeling (BA201, 5 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Course participants must have previous experience in a Business Analysis role or have equivalent knowledge as determined by course BA101.

3. Target Audience

  • Business professionals who want to apply the best practices of business analysis to their projects

4. Dates and Pricing

Oct 30 to Nov 3, 2017$2,775.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Business Analysis

Topic 1: Overview of Business Analysis

Topic 2: Business Analysts’ Roles and Responsibilities

Topic 3: Key Requirements Documents

Topic 4: Preparing the Business Cases

Topic 5: An Introduction to Project Management

Topic 6: Use Cases and the Analysis Process

Topic 7: Management of Requirements and Use Cases

Topic 8: The Complete Requirements Elicitation Process

Topic 9: Roles and Expectations of Team Members

Module 2: Project Definition and Scoping

Topic 1: Choosing a Methodology

Topic 2: The Rational Unified Process

Topic 3: The Inception Phase

Topic 4: The Elaboration Phase

Topic 5: The Construction Phase

Topic 6: The Transition Phase

Topic 7: Agile Development

Module 3: Essential Business Skills in Practice

Topic 1: Facilitation Techniques

Topic 2: Negotiation Techniques

Topic 3: Negotiation and Decision Making: Wielding Power

Topic 4: Validating and Testing Requirements

Module 4: Editing and Validating Requirements in Practice

Topic 1: The Requirements Shell

Topic 2: The Quality Gateway

Topic 3: Validating and Testing Requirements

Topic 4: Editing and Rewriting Requirements

Topic 5: Writing Test Cases

Topic 6: The Business Requirements Document

Module 5: Modeling Requirements in Practice

Topic 1: Process Mapping Procedure and Materials

Topic 2: Creating Process Maps

Topic 3: Alternative Graphical Models

Topic 4: Using a Requirement Model Diagram

Topic 5: Gap Analysis

Topic 6: Prioritizing Requirements

Module 6: Business Process Modeling (BPM) in Practice

Topic 1: About BPM Theory

Topic 2: BPM Design Patterns

Topic 3: Basic Patterns

Topic 4: Branch and Join Patterns

Topic 5: Structural Patterns

Topic 6: Multiple Instances Pattern

Topic 7: State Based Patterns

Topic 8: Cancellation Patterns

Topic 9: A Complete Example

Module 7: Use Cases in Practice

Topic 1: Use Cases Revisited: BUCs versus SUCs

Topic 2: Use Case Diagrams

Topic 3: Use Case Formats

Topic 4: Use Case Sections

Topic 5: When Are We Done?

Module 8: Test Plans, Test Cases and Bug Reports in Practice

Topic 1: A Traceability Strategy for the Organization

Topic 2: Testing Types

Topic 3: The Test Plan and Test Cases

Topic 4: Testing Documentation

Topic 5: The Test Design Specification

Topic 6: Writing Test Cases

Topic 7: Test Metrics

Topic 8: About Defects

Topic 9: Preparing Test Summary Documents

Module 9: Database and Data Flow Modeling

Topic 1: Database Normalization

Topic 2: Data Flow Diagrams

Topic 3: Using Data Flow Diagrams

Topic 4: The ER Diagram

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