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  1. 1. United Global Soft Call : +91 8099902123(IND) +1-201-710-8393(USA) Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  2. 2.                COURSE CONTENT Business Analyst Role Object Oriented Analysis &Design (OOAD) SDLC & UML Rational Unified Process Business model Use case model Storyboarding/Mock-ups Elicitation Techniques Requirements documentation (BRD, SRS etc...) Requirements verification Systems thinking Negotiation skills Translation of requirements to design Data Modelling and Data Analysis Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  3. 3.           BA 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 the major deliverables for each major step in the business solutions life cycle 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 Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  4. 4.      Create and execute a Requirements Development plan Use modelling tools and techniques to elicit, document and validate a project’s scope and requirements highlights Use business analysis & project management tools Assist decision-makers in analyzing and prioritizing business needs Create a business case Communicate the results of a business case to stakeholder Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  5. 5.         INTRODUCTIONS OF CONSULTANTS/STUDENTS Consultants Name Work experience Back ground –Education Qualification Knowledge on Business Analysis Why do you want to be business analyst? Knowledge on Software technologies-project Knowledge & Experience on Domains Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  6. 6.            INTRODUCTION & OVER VIEW ON BUSINESS ANALYSIS What is Business Analysis? A look at different viewpoints What is being analysed? What’s the goal? Current trends in business analysis Key concepts Definition Reconciled to common understanding within the organization Review topics to be covered Real time BA work Scenario’s Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  7. 7.          THE ROLE OF THE BUSINESS ANALYST 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 Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  8. 8.               OVER VIEW OF SOFTWARE PROJECT & IT COMPANY What is software project What is software product Difference between Project & product Different project teams from IT company description Clients side project team member description How the project are coming to IT companies Introduction –Pre sales-post sales What is RFI, RFP and RFQ OVER VIEW OF KICK OFF MEETING What is kick of meeting Minutes of meeting Role of BA in Kick of meeting Real document presentation of Kick of meeting, business proposal & project document Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  9. 9.                INTRODUCTION TO IIBA & BABOK What is the BABOK? What is Business Analysis? Key Concepts Knowledge Areas Domains knowledge Areas Techniques Underlying Competencies Other Sources of Business Analysis Information OVER VIEW OF ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN PROJECT Customer, stake holder End user’s SME’S & TSME’S Project sponsor’s, Vendor’s It project team like Project manager, developer, test engineer, solution architect Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  10. 10.                  SDLC METHODS SDLC phases Project plan Phase Analysis Phase Design Phase Coding-development Phase Testing Phase Deployment Phase 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 Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  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 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROCESS MODELS SDLC Water Fall Model Spiral Methodology Agile (more evolved, RAD session: reverseengineer session) Incremental Model RUP (Rational Unified Process) Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  12. 12.             SDLC What is requirement Requirement classification Business case requirements Stake holder requirements Solution requirements i. Functional requirements ii.Non functional requirements Transition requirements Moscow techniques Zach man frame work 3D frame work for requirement gathering 3D Model for requirement gathering Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  13. 13.                      Documentation Preparation BRD, FRD, SRS, DRD, AS-IS & TO BE, Use case , User stories Real time documentation preparation scenario’s Real time documentation assignment’s Difference BRD/FRD/SRS/DRD Analysis of Requirements Elicitation Fact gathering methods Interviewing Observation JAD session Prototypes, wire frames, storey board ,Mock up, Blue prints Questionnaires GAP analysis As-is & to be document 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 Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  14. 14.                  Requirements Management with Use Cases Key Concepts, Use case Model Essentials elements of Use Cases: The writing process . . . (Dos and Don'ts) 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 Structural Analysis What is structural analysis Data flow diagrams System flow charts HIPO charts Work flow’s Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  15. 15.                     Modeling using UML & OOAD (object oriented analysis and design) UML UML Defined UML History UML diagrams UML modelling mechanisms Reviews Object oriented analysis and design-UML diagrams Structural diagrams Class, object, package, component, composite and deployment diagrams. Behavioural diagrams Use case diagrams Activity diagrams State machine diagrams Interaction diagrams Sequence diagrams Communication diagrams Timing diagrams Over all interaction diagrams Concepts of OOPS(object oriented programming system) Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  16. 16.                  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 Introduction to Data Modeling, Data Analysis & Testing Goals of Data Modelling, Logical & Physical Design (E-R Diagram) Introduction SQL, SQL queries. 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 Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
  17. 17.                 Derived test cases from use cases Identification of Test Scenarios, tracing test cases to test scenarios Traceability matrix Business validation and verification Analysis of the System results – Documenting unexpected behaviours User signoff – Process and fulfilling expectations Basic Project Management Principle Roles and responsibilities of PM Project management process Project management knowledge areas Project management tools PMP certification 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 Email : Info@Unitedglobalsoft.com
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