Business Systems Analysis
Training Course Outline
Introduction and Foundation
• Top 3 reasons analysis fails to deliver
• Business vs. functional requirements
• 10 myths of requirements analysis
• The MoDA/Framework™ (Model-
Identifying Business & User Requirements
• The 5 types of business and user requirements
• Rapid identification of baseline requirements
• Anchoring and validating baseline requirements
• Applying critical thinking to baseline requirements
Extending Business & User Requirements
• Activity diagramming and the interaction
flow of events
• Identifying and analyzing alternative and
• Analyzing deep requirements via scenario
• Defining forward facing, “to-be” functionality
Identifying Business Information Requirements
• Transactional versus information requirements
• Deconstructing business terms and concepts
• Discovering and analyzing business entities
• Capturing data-oriented business rules
Extending Business Information Requirements
• Using state transition for 360º analysis
• Discovering and analyzing attributes
• Asking the right business intelligence questions
• Business reporting and metrics
Specifying and Managing Requirements
• The visual model use-case approach
• Specifying requirements via use-cases
• Distilling recurring functionality
• Forming test cases from use-cases
• Managing requirements
• Applying analysis to new development,
modifications and commercial products
• Utilizing rapid and iterative analysis
• Leveraging analysis via reference models
• Getting started Monday morning
Who Should Attend?
Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course is designed for Business Analysts, Systems Analysts, Project Managers, IT Professionals, Subject Matter Experts and Business Users actively involved in discovering, analyzing and specifying business and user requirements.
None. Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course provides a comprehensive, cohesive approach to business systems analysis, regardless of your background and experience.
• Traditional classroom: 2 Days
• Virtual classroom: 3 Sessions
All learning options are instructor lead and conducted live.
Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course is available via open enrolment (traditional classroom and virtual classroom) at scheduled dates across the U.S.
Business Systems Analysis Training Course
Defining Business Requirements, Business User Requirements
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Overview & Outline
Business Systems Analysis Training Course Overview
Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course provides the critical thinking skills, conceptual knowledge and best practice techniques to rapidly discover, thoroughly analyze and accurately specify business and user requirements.
Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course is about business systems requirements - from a business perspective, not technical architecture - and is seamlessly integrated and cohesively organized around Inteq's MoDA/Framework™ - the blueprint for delivering speed, accuracy, depth and consistency in business and systems analysis.
Until now, text oriented analysis (bullet lists, indented outlines, etc.) prevailed as the primary technique to identify, analyze and specify requirements. Text oriented analysis, however, is resource intensive. It often lacks standardization, depth and precision.
Some organizations have attempted to adapt technical design methods (class diagrams, object interaction diagrams, etc) to business systems analysis. Technical design methods intimidate and alienate the business community. As a result, stakeholders disconnect from the analysis process.
These approaches fail to deliver. In today’s fast moving, highly competitive, complex business environment organizations can no longer afford the costly mistakes, operational inefficiencies and lost opportunities that result from superficial analysis and ambiguous requirements.
Inteq's Business Systems Analysis course transforms business analysts and business systems analysts into high-impact professionals; professionals that connect with business end users, uncover and rapidly assimilate deep business knowledge, and critically analyze and transform that knowledge into thorough, precise unambiguous business and user requirements.
Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course has emerged as the gold standard for professional business systems analysis training - and is simply the most effective business analysis training course available in the industry
Inteq Business Systems Analysis training course is more than education; its transformation - for the participants, project teams and their organizations.
That’s why over 300,000 business and systems analysis professionals worldwide choose Inteq's business analysis training courses and Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course.
You will learn:
• The 5 requirement types that form the foundation for analysis
• To engage end users in the analysis process
• To surface “hidden” requirements
• Specific questions that elicit deep business knowledge
• How to create precise and unambiguous requirements
• To analyze requirements 360º to ensure thorough analysis
• To identify and validate complex business scenarios
• To leverage analysis resources and business end-user knowledge across
• A synergistic set of integrated best practice analysis techniques
Participants in Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training course receive a comprehensive course workbook, supplemental materials, and a personalized Certificate of Completion indicating CEU (continuing education unit) credits awarded. _________________________________________________________________________________
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