The course focuses on the skills required by the business systems analyst to identify and analyze user requirements using a number of investigation techniques; to ensure the consistency, completeness and accuracy of the requirements using verification techniques; to identify potential solutions and to make recommendations using problem solving and presentation techniques.
- Apply a structured, disciplined approach to understanding business systems and solving business problems
- Produce effective requirements
- Understand the different stakeholder viewpoints that must be considered and interpreted by the analyst
- Plan, conduct, and follow up a structured investigative interview
- Produce a process model of an end-to-end business process
- Produce a use case diagram and a detailed use case description
- Produce an entity relationship diagram showing the relationship between informational elements in a business system
- Build decision trees and decision tables to represent and clarify business rules
- Use critical appraisal techniques to refine and improve a system specification
- List the desirable contents of a business requirements specification
- Prepare and deliver a management presentation.
- Instructor Led
Course Duration: 3 Months
Recommended participant size: 5
Who should attend:
New business analysts and others starting to work as systems analysts. Experienced Business Analysts who wish to formalise their training. Non-information systems people and users who work with Business Analysts.