Overview of all highly interactive workshops by Alec Sharp (including In-Company workshops).






31-10-2022
Discover this crucial connection!

The Data-Process Connection

How Concept Modelling Supports Process, Business Analysis and Architecture Work [Virtual half day] Alec Sharp illustrates the many ways concept models (conceptual data models) support business process change and business analysis. [Half day virtual delivery.]

Alec Sharp

October 31 - virtual half day seminar

Your office or home office

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14-11-2022
Join Data Modelling guru Alec Sharp

Business-oriented Data Modelling Masterclass

Balancing Engagement, Agility, and Complexity This data modelling workshop by Alec Sharp covers Entity-Relationship modelling from a non-technical perspective, provides tips and guidelines for the analyst, and explores contextual, conceptual, and detailed modelling techniques that maximize user involvement.

Alec Sharp

November 14 - 16, 2022

Utrecht

Face-to-Face

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A Business-oriented Approach to Data Modelling

Useful Models in Agile Timeframes This data modelling workshop by Alec Sharp introduces Entity-Relationship modelling from a non-technical perspective, provides tips and guidelines for the analyst, and explores contextual, conceptual, and detailed modelling techniques that maximize user involvement.

Alec Sharp

Only available as In-house - two days

At your office

Face-to-Face

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In-house only - 2 days

Advanced Data Modelling

Communication, Consistency and Complexity This highly participative workshop provides approaches for many difficult data modeling situations, as well as techniques for improving communication between data modelers and subject matter experts. Take your data modelling skills to the next level in two days.

Alec Sharp

Only available as In-house

At your office

Face-to-Face

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Inhouse only

Use Cases and Services

Agile Business Analysis Techniques for User Stories, Use Cases, Services, and Data This workshop shows how to employ use cases to discover external requirements – how users wish to interact with an application – and how to use service specifications to define internal requirements – the validation, rules, and data manipulation performed behind the scenes.

Alec Sharp

Only available as In-house

At your office

Face-to-Face

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