Updating The Role of a Business Analyst
- What is Business Analysis
- Scope of Business Analysis
- What is a Business Analyst
- The Scope of the Business Analysis Role
- Next Steps of Business Analysis
Requirements Engineering in Context
- What is Requirements Engineering
- Requirements Definition
- Requirements Engineering Concepts
- Structured Approach - BARD Process
- What It Is. What It Isn't
- Benefits of Good Requirements Development
- What is a Requirement
- Common Issues in Determining Requirements
- Defective Requirements
- Requirement Types
- Sources for Requirement Types
Requirements and Stakeholders
Requirements in the Systems Development Lifecycle
- Collecting Requirements
- Begin with Stakeholders
- Requirement Categories
- Stakeholder Context
- Requirements Engineering
- Requirements Development
- Requirements Management
Requirements Engineering Next Steps
Approach to Requirements Analysis
- Steps in the Business Analysis and Requirements Definition Process
- Introduce Requirements modeling Techniques
- Learn about the Requirements Specification
Requirements Analysis Process
Establish Work Context
- Stakeholders, Goals, Scope
- Available Methods
- Context Diagrams
- Customer and Suppliers
- Active Adjacent Systems
- Autonomous Adjacent Systems
- Cooperative Adjacent Systems
- Work Boundaries
- Scope Process (SIPOC)
- Scope Process (CATWOE)
- Scope Process (CPPOLDAT)
- What's In. What Isn't
- Where next?
- Process Model Paradigm
- Business Events
- Types of Business Events
- Finding Business Events
- Event-Response Tables
Investigate Current Situation
- Understanding Current Environment
- Which Method?
- Process Specification
- Business Rules
- Business Rules Types
- Next Steps
Capture High-Level Requirements
When put into practice, the benefits of business analysis and requirements definition include:
Business Analysts involved with defining requirements definition. Business Architects, Management, Senior BAs
Change professionals who may want to know more about the discipline of Business Analysis and Requirements Definition
Judith has thirty plus years in Financial Services Business Management Consulting and Business Architecture including Strategy, Sales, Service, Control functions, Operations and IT.
Judith has proven ability to lead teams in the design, development and execution of strategic approaches to transformational change, organizational design and business process engineering practices. Focus is on generating business value and capability.
A published SME who is frequently called upon to speak or deliver workshops at leading conferences and events.
Class time duration: 6.00 hours
IIBA CDU credits: 6.0 credits
Chapter Member Price: $199
Non-Member Price: $249
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Non-Member Early Bird Price: $199
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