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Business Skills :: Business System Analysis

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Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
5 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
The purpose of this course is to provide the delegate with the ability to analyze business and system requirements using the Unified Modeling Language through the RUP methodology. This course introduces delegates to the skills and knowledge needed to do this. The central theme is that system development should be business driven rather than led by technology. It encompasses the view that information systems include business processes as well as information technology.

Target Audience:
Business/Systems Analysts who need to formalize their implicit understanding of their role, accountabilities and activities, Project Managers who incorporate the business analysis role within their functional activities, Business Managers who work within a project environment and who interface with business analysts and project managers.

Recommended Prerequisites:
Basic business and IT knowledge will be to the delegate's advantage.

Course Objectives:
This is very much a hands on course. About 90% of the time is spent on practical work.
The principals taught will work on any process or architecture.
Day by day:

  • Day 1 - Mapping and modelling business process
  • Day 2 - Mapping and modelling business process
  • Day 3 - Systems OO design and modelling
  • Day 4 - Full Project (ability to "practise" what was learned)
  • Day 5 - Presentation and closure
    A process is thus taken from business all the way to systems.

    Key Topics:

  • Background to Business Analysis
  • The Core Flowcharts
  • Introduction to Modelling
  • The Mapping and Modelling Process
  • Using Object Diagrams
  • Attribute documentation
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Using Entity Diagram
  • Improving your Listening Skills
  • Various Notations used

    Last modified: 08-Jan-2016

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