In this Business Analysis Modeling course, you participate in an immersive, simulated case study, providing you with the business modeling skills necessary to produce Enterprise Architectures, Business Cases, Business Requirements and Software Requirements documents. You learn to apply analysis and modeling techniques such as Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) to describe business workflows, as well as UML diagrams to analyze the enterprise structure and states of business objects.
This course covers 20 of the 50 business analysis techniques listed in the IIBA Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) Version 3.0. With these skills, you will be able to better illustrate and document the functionality and structure of your organization and more efficiently fulfill your role as a business analyst on business and software requirements projects.
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While a background in business analysis is not required, you should have an understanding of current business concerns. Knowledge of the challenges involved in matching IT solutions to business problems is helpful.
What is a business model?
Crafting a process to develop a business model
Capturing the multidimensional aspects of an organization
Analyzing the enterprise
Applying business rules
Initiating the process with functional decomposition
Drawing UML use case diagrams
Documenting business processes
Leveraging Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN)
Applying process modeling techniques
Refining business process diagrams
Establishing the business domain
Structuring the enterprise with UML class diagrams
Achieving complete coverage with matrices
Contextualizing the model with perspectives
Business Analysis Modeling smoothly makes any process of completing a task within a business more efficient.
Introduction to Modeling for Business Analysis will give you 23 PDUs.
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