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Overview

Business Analysts analyze and model requirements to support high quality Business Analysis work. One aspect of that analysis and modeling is the interaction between systems and people – Use Case Modeling.  Interactions are a type of interface modeling that must be done to describe system requirements required by the user.  In this course you will learn how to define the scope of your efforts that need to be modeled, the analysis and documentation required to show the interaction between the system(s) and people, and how to communicate this information so it is understood by all stakeholders ensuring their needs on the project are being met.  This course not only explores the use case model but also a more modern approach to document them through rapid prototyping (mockups and storyboards).

Approach

Our goal at Bob the BA is to help you think, learn and work differently so you can make an impact back on the job. If you always do what you have always done, you will end up right where you were before you were trained right?  So at Bob the BA we take a different approach because we know we learn best by doing and not through lecture. Our courses are always hands-on, practicing through exercises, activities, facilitated discussions, case studies, role play, workshops, printed materials and presentations.

Who Should Take This Course?

Business Analysts of any background (Business or IT) or other team members who need to understand how to read, modify, create Use Case models for development and database teams. 

Objectives