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Introduction To Modeling For Business Analysis

This web-based training course on Introduction to Modeling for Business Analysis functionality, administration and development, is available online to all individuals, institutions, corporates and enterprises in India (New Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkatta), US, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE), China and South Africa. No matter where you are located, you can enroll for any training with us - because all our training sessions are delivered online by live instructors using interactive, intensive learning methods.


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Course Details

This course helps trainees to understand the fundamentals of business process modeling. This course provides an introduction to analyze and design new processes as well as to redesign and improve the existing processes. With this training program trainees will learn the scope of modeling, five Ws approach, mapping the business landscape, analyzing the enterprise and ensuring that customers, end users, and developers have a common understanding of the target organization. This training program educates trainees to drive the system requirements needed to support the organization, model core workflows and processes, establishing the business domain and structuring the enterprise with the UML class diagram. Furthermore, trainees will learn finalizing the business model, achieving complete coverage with matrices and communicating the model to key stockholders. This course is beneficial for both beginners and professionals who want to enhance their skill and knowledge. There are no prerequisites for this course.


Introduction

  • What is the Need of business models?

Defining the Scope of Modeling

    Business Model

    • To separate textual and diagrammatic elements
    • Contrasting scope with level of detail

    To craft a process to develop a business model

    • Applying the various steps such as: elicit, analyze, document, validate
    • How to iterate the steps?
    • Facilitating requirements workshops
    • How to correlate models to project type and deliverables?

    To capture the multidimensional aspects of an organization

    • To apply the five Ws approach: who, what, where, when, why and how
    • Selecting the right level of detail for your stakeholders
    • To employ CASE tools and simulation

Mapping the Business Landscape

    To analyze the enterprise

    • Exploring the enterprise architecture
    • To decompose the architecture into its components: business, data, technology and other perspectives

    To apply business rules

    • Documenting the constraints: operative and structural
    • To represent operative rules with decision tables

Scoping Business Functions

    To initiate the process with functional decomposition

    • Determining the functional hierarchies
    • To distinguish between functions and processes

    UML use case diagrams

    • To define scope and boundary
    • To identify the actors and stakeholders
    • Refining the use cases

    To document business use cases

    • Selecting the level of detail: brief, casual or fully dressed
    • To specify preconditions and post-conditions

To model Business Processes and Workflows

    Applying process modeling techniques

    • Workflows
    • Various Events
    • Activities
    • Explaining the Decisions made
    • Sequencing
    • Explaining Messaging
    • Participants

    Leveraging Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN)

    • Various benefits from a standardized approach
    • To sequencing and classifying activities
    • To decompose activities into sub processes and tasks

    Refining business process diagrams

    • To choose the right gateway: decisions, forks and joins
    • Mapping the processes to swim-lanes and pools
    • To supplement the model with data and artifacts: groups and annotations

Analyzing the Enterprise Structure

    To establish the business domain

    • Documenting the workers and organization units
    • To explain modeling systems, documents, information and tools

    Structuring the enterprise with UML class diagrams

    • Determining object attributes
    • Association between the classes
    • Packaging for domains and organization units

Finalizing the Business Model

    Achieving complete coverage with matrices

    • Prioritizing features
    • Cross-referencing requirements
    • To apply the Responsibility Assignment matrix (RACI)

    Contextualizing the model with perspectives

    • Documenting business interfaces
    • To map from means to ends
    • Capturing time parameters
    • Explain modeling states with the UML State Machine Diagram
    • To specify supplementary & quality of service requirements

To communicate the Model to Key Stakeholders

  • Choosing the right models for your audience
  • To transform business models into user requirements
  • Delivering and presenting your models

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