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Modeling Techniques to Align, Analyze and Then Communicate with Business and IT Stakeholders
Whether you are a technical or non-technical Business Analyst practitioner, add these 20 modeling and diagramming techniques to your repertoire, resume and capabilities. They will empower you to maximize your potential for success, deliver better results and more effectively communicate with your major audiences – Management as well as IT designers, developers and testers as well as non-technical business stakeholders.
Bring information from projects with which you are involved. There will be opportunities to discuss and work on your project with coaching and advice from the course instructor.
Who Should Attend
- Business and Systems Analysts
- Project managers who want to enable the value BA’s on their projects
- Developers considering making the transition to BA
- Business professionals who liaise with I.T. groups on behalf of their business areas
- Testing professionals who want to define and leverage great requirements
- Technical and QA Analyst
- IT Manager
Whether you are working towards your PMP® (Project Management Professional) or Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP® (Certified Business Analysis Professional) designation, or already have these designation, this course is a must to enable your on-the-job success.
- Course workbook
- A CD containing course reference materials
- Certificate of completion (framed for in-house clients)
Learn to simplify requirement complexities and filter out the unproductive and frustrating noise.
How Will You Benefit
IT techies and developers will be delighted since these techniques enable you to give them what they need to deliver completely, accurately and fast without the re-work predominant in many IT projects. Business stakeholders will understand what
they are signing off and value rather than complain that what was implemented did not reflect their expectations.
Graphical and textual techniques provide a common language for all project stakeholders. Many techniques adhere to universal standards. Learned techniques allow designers and developers to progressively refine and elaborate functional and non-functional requirements in order to accurately implement business expectations. You will also learn how to choose the techniques which best match the unique needs of your project and the various stakeholder audiences, through all stages, from concept to testing and finally successful implementation.
There are no prerequisites for this course.