You likely should be going here to register for the IIBA Toronto November Speaker Series with Kevin Brennan.
Data + User
How it All Ties Together
Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Time: 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Registration / Networking: 5:30 – 6:15 pm
Newcomers/About Us: 6:00 - 6:15 pm
Brainstorming: 6:15 - 6:25 pm
Chapter News: 6:25 – 6:30 pm
Presentation: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
School of Design
230 Richmond Street East
George Brown College
St. James Campus
School entrance on east side
of building in laneway
So, you have learned all the excellent techniques to define your functional requirements. You drafted your use cases, covered all of your business rules, captured your data dictionary and even mocked up some user interface wireframes. Now what? Will you just put them all together into a requirements package or is there a way to make them relate to each other and illustrate a single cohesive model of all functional requirements?
In this event you will learn a simple and effective way to tie all these artifacts together and create a complete and integrated model of what the future solution needs to address. Each individual view, such as use cases, business rules or data contributes to a multi-dimensional model that demonstrates different perspectives of the complete solution.
In addition, this technique helps you uncover the gaps or inconsistencies in each individual component, so you not only complete the full package, but complete each individual component within the package by tying them to others.
This technique had been successfully practiced on hundreds of projects, by dozens of business analysts who can learn and implement it in no time, and who does not like an "easy button"?
- Tie use cases, business rules, data and user interface requirements together
- Create a multi-dimensional view of complete set of requirements
- Use tying requirements together as a way of uncovering gaps and inconsistencies
This presentation will create outputs of the types required for Tim Hannan's October 2015 Speaker Series presentation.
Natasha Kordonska leads a team of business analysts and business architects for the Wealth Management line of business within TD Bank. She has previously created and led a business analysis practice management team, pioneered centres of excellence and communities of practice and worked as a consulting business analyst and a requirements consultant on hundreds of projects.
Natasha has multiple years of experience in formal and informal training, coaching and mentoring business analysts including developing and delivering IIBA certified internal requirements training program.
A CBAP member since 2008, Natasha had been a champion of the Business Analyst profession by regularly presenting at the IIBA Toronto chapter and Project Management Business Analysis World conference.