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  2. 2. Business Analysis Training BrochureBUSINESS ANALYSTCLIENTS/STAKEHOLDERSBUSINESS ANALYST TRAINING /JOB ORIENTED REALTIME WORK TRAININGAudience:Business Analysts, QA Analysts, Domain/ Functional consultantsObjective:A branded program suite which provides knowledge, skill and attituderequiredfor Business Analysts. This suite of program covers all aspects of Business
  3. 3. engineering, Requirements elicitation, Requirementsverification,Requirements documentation and Requirements tracing.This brochure provides a high level description of theBusiness Analyst trainingprogram offered by APEX . The intent of the training istoenable candidates to be marketed in minimal time byproviding a hands-oncourse on the fundamentals of the roles, responsibilitiesand skills required ofa Business Analyst.
  4. 4. BA COURSE CONTENTCourse ContentBusiness Analyst Role, Object OrientedAnalysis &Design (OOAD)SDLC & UMLRational Unified ProcessBusiness modelUse case modelStoryboarding/Mock-upsElicitation TechniquesRequirements documentation (BRD, SRS etc...)
  5. 5. Requirements verificationSystems thinking – Big picture viewNegotiation skillsTranslation of requirements to designData Modelling and Data AnalysisQA ConceptsTools Training –Overview (MS Visio, Rational Rose)Upon completion of the course, you will be able to(Learning Objective)Describe the responsibilities of the business analyst and themajor deliverablesfor each major step in the business solutions life cycle
  6. 6. Distinguish between the role of the business analyst and the project manager Distinguish between the role of the business analyst and the systems analyst List the critical skills needed to be a successful BA Define business problems and find their true cause Develop tactics for diffusing resistance to change Prepare a stakeholder analysis to identify and classify those who willinfluence and be affected by the solution Create and execute a Requirements Development plan Use modelling tools and techniques to elicit, document and validate a
  7. 7. •project’s scope and requirements highlights Use business analysis & project management tools Assist decision-makers in analysing and prioritizing business needs Create a business case Communicate the results of a business case to•stakeholders. BA COURSECONTENT•Introduction What is Business Analysis? A look at different viewpoints What is being analysed? What’s the goal?
  8. 8. Current trends in business analysis Key concepts Definition Reconciled to common understanding within the organizationThe Role of the BA The relationship of business analysis to project management Differentiating between business analysis and other ―analyst‖ roles Customer Needs & IT Needs The Skill Set Of A BA The BA’s Core Knowledge SetThe Practice of Business Analysis BA Responsibilities Requirements GatheringSoftware Engineering Process Models
  9. 9. •SDLC•Water Fall Model•Spiral Methodology Agile (more evolved, RAD session: reverse-engineer session)•Incremental Model RUP (Rational Unified Process)Modelling using UML•UML•UML Defined•UML History UML diagrams•UML modelling mechanisms•Reviews
  10. 10. Diagnosing the Business Environment (Enterprise analysis) Business problem solving Understanding the business environment Capturing business initiatives across the enterprise Diagnosing a business problem or opportunity (i.e.; business initiative) Definition of a problem Finding and verifying true causes Techniques to identify business problems and causes Workflow modelling Gap Analysis
  11. 11. Requirements Definition and Documentation Assessing stakeholder roles and responsibilities Identifying internal and external stakeholders Conducting stakeholder analysis Selecting requirements development templates Stake Holder Request Template
  12. 12. Analysis of Requirements Fact gathering methods Interviewing Observation Questionnaires Research Organizing the facts Determining requirements Managing requirements Building a model of the solution Intro to Process modelling using DFDs Intro to data modelling –Information modelling
  13. 13.  Requirements Management with Use Cases  Key Concepts, Use case Model  Essentials elements of Use Cases:  The writing process . . . (Dos and Donts)  Analysing Use Case text to uncover specific system requirements  Converting Use Case description sentences into well-formed requirement  A style guide with suggested formats for different levels of Use Case  List of time-saving Use Case writing tips A proven methodology for taking advantage of Use Cases Business modelling i.e. techniques of identifying business concepts and tasks, andintroducing relevant parts of UML along the way/during Analysis phase.Activity Diagram
  14. 14. Use Case Analysis Overview Use Case Analysis Overview Supplement Use case Description Find Classes from Use Case behaviour Distribute Use case behaviour to Classes Responsibilities of classes Describe attributes and associations Class Diagrams Sequence Diagram Collaboration Diagram
  15. 15. Introduction to Data Modelling, Data Analysis & Testing Goals of Data Modelling, Logical & Physical Design (E-R Diagram) Goals of testing, functions performed during testing process, a Business Analystapproach to testing Testing methodologies – Black box and white box testing, Positive and Negativetests Testing (UAT) Reusable test plans, test procedures and Test Cases – template
  16. 16. Derived test cases from use casesIdentification of Test Scenarios, tracing test cases totest scenariosTraceability matrixBusiness validation and verificationAnalysis of the System results – Documentingunexpected behavioursUser signoff – Process and fulfilling expectations
  17. 17. Tools Training – Introduction to Requirements Management and Rational Requisite Pro Identifying and creating Business requirements in Requisite Pro Editing, Linking, Searching, Reporting, Importing and Exporting modules andProjects Writing Use Cases, Business Rules, Supplemental Specifications in Requisite Pro,Understanding and using attributes Introduction to UML Business Modelling and Rational Rose / UML Advantages to visual modelling, Rational Rose interface, views and diagrams• Managing UML entities and relationships for the various UMLdiagrams BA COURSE CONTENT
  18. 18. Use Case, Activity and State Diagrams Sequence and Class DiagramsHands-On Training Candidates are required to complete take away and in class mini projects toeffectively utilize the classroom course and grasp thefundamentals of the UML. Candidates will have the opportunity to write use cases for business scenarios andbuild the solution model in a team / individual basis. Miniprojects will bereviewed in class in order to ensure quality work productcreation required to
  19. 19. complete take away and in class miniprojects to effectively utilize theclassroomcourse and grasp the fundamentalsOf the UML Candidates are presented with online demonstration of UML Modelling softwarelike Rational Rose / UML. Candidates are encouraged to create UMLdiagrams forthe assignments using the software tools. Specific emphasis will be on thebusiness diagrams.TOOLS MS VISIO --- UML DIAGRAMS/DFD RATIONAL ROSE---UML DIAGRAMS/DFD MS WORD—BRD/SRS/DRD/FRD document preparations ER-DIAGRAMS FUNCTIONAL TEST CASE PREPARATION
  20. 20. EMail : raj@apex-online-it-training.comPhone : 00-91-8500122107WebSite: www.apex-online-it-training.comTHANK YOUALL THE BEST FOR YOUR FUTUREREGARDSAPEX INSTITUTE