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.
- 3 Days : Fee
- $ 1,797.00 (CAD)
This 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.
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