Simple, list-based requirements are a good starting point, but eventually requirements must be synthesised into a cohesive view of the desired to-be state. Only then will other, important requirements emerge. This information-filled half-day overview shows how to accomplish this with an integrated, model-driven framework comprising business-friendly data models, business process models, a unique form of use cases, and service specifications.
This workshop introduces business-friendly modelling techniques that have been proven on both custom development and packaged software projects. They are repeatable by analysts, relevant to business subject matter experts, and useful to developers. They are also surprisingly popular with Agile teams because they support “just enough” modeling to get started with confidence, and then let iterative development take over. It distills the material from Alec’s three, two-day workshops on Working With Business Processes, Business-Oriented Data Modelling, and Use Cases & Services.
After a quick review of bad advice in the world of business analysis, the consequences of applying it, and why it just doesn’t work, we’ll study four integrated modelling techniques, each addressing one fundamental aspect of the problem space:
Specific attention will be given to showing how to:
PLEASE MIND: this is only one tutorial in a series of four. If you want to register to more than one at the same time you can do so only from this registration form.
The three other half day tutorials are:
The virtual seminars and workshops will be offered through a live video stream from our video studio. The virtual classroom is equipped with multiple professional cameras and microphones and we have a two person crew available so that we can offer a similar experience to that of the traditional classroom and, more important, still offer adequate interaction with the speaker.
The presenter / trainer will still use his Powerpoint, combined with flipchart and paper, virtual whiteboard and physical whiteboard and will be accompanied by a operator / moderator at the scene. The presenter does not have to worry about technical issues such as switching, splitting, microphone settings and such but can fully focus on the course material and on engaging with the online attendees.
All of the above is to ensure that it does not become an impersonal one-way webinar but an interactive virtual classroom setting.
Those attending an online event or a hybrid event with the live video stream will be sent an invitiation with the meeting hyperlink and instructions a few days before, so well in advance of the course.
Practically all of our seminars and workshops can be offered as an In-house course for your company exclusively. We can tailor with extra focus on specific topics that apply to your organization. Also available in online format or in face-to-face format with live video stream.