Business Analysis Modeling Essentials
This course conforms to and aligns with the BABOK® Guide version 3.0 of the IIBA® (International Institute of Business Analysis).
Explain how concurrent solution modeling provides a repeatable, practical framework for modeling requirements.
Identify common modeling techniques used by business analysts.
Create a scope diagram to facilitate the processes in-scope and out-of-scope for a project.
Model business processes, creating “as-is” and “to-be” process maps.
Create a basic Entity-Relationship Diagram to model data requirements.
Produce a use case diagram to show the scope of use cases and the actors who interact with them.
Write a use case narrative flow of events to depict the primary, alternate, and exception paths.
Design low-fidelity prototypes to document interface requirements.
1 – Requirements Context
- Modeling overview
- Concurrent Solution Modeling Framework
- Introduction to common models
2 – Process Mapping
- Process modeling overview
- Process mapping notation
- Ways to stay focused on the process
- Create a scope model & process map
3 – Modeling Data Requirements
- Data model overview
- Eight-step modeling process
- Data model notations
- Define data terms & create a data model
4 – Use Cases
- Use case overview
- Use case notation
- Create a use case diagram
- Document a use case narrative
5 – User Interface Modeling (Prototyping)
- Prototype overview
- UI planning
- Create paper prototype
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