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After gaining some practical experience, data modelers encounter situations such as the enforcement of intricate business rules, dealing with existing databases or packaged applications, and various other issues. This highly participative Business Analysis training workshop provides approaches for many complex data modeling situations, as well as techniques for enhancing communication between data modelers and subject matter experts.


At the business analysis training the following topics will also be explored:

<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->The technical side of data modeling - getting better at modeling difficult situations

The human side of data modeling - enhancing processes and communication skills

<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->Developing and using data models in novel ways

<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->Develop the objectives and plan for a facilitated modeling or analysis session

<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->Prepare and deliver a presentation of potentially difficult models

<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->Draw on a range of facilitative techniques for handling difficult situations such as aggressive, monopolizing, or insensitive participants



Being a business analyst is not easy, and numerous common requirements definition methods don’t make it any easier. Required are techniques that are repeatable by analysts, comprehensible and relevant to business subject matter experts, and useful to designers and developers. They should also segregate the problem space into a reasonable number of perspectives, offer well-defined, progressive levels of detail, play well together, and be pragmatic enough that you can attain good results within your natural lifetime.

Business Analysis training workshop shows how to determine, document, and verify requirements using a petite number of business-friendly yet powerful modeling techniques – workflow models, use cases, service specifications, and data models. Each addresses one fundamental aspect of the problem space:

• What the business processes are, how they function now, and how they should work

• How the application should behave in support of the process and people working in it

• What the application should do in terms of validation, rules, functions, and record-keeping

• What data structures will support the process, the application, and the reporting requirements



Instead of textbook theory about what should work or what might work, business Analysis training workshop covers what actually works. You’ll get understandable methods, templates, guidelines, and tips to help you get quality results and maximize the participation of business subject matter experts. The techniques have been developed, refined, and established over years of real-world project experience. They’ve been used to support in-house development, offshore development, and package selection and implementation. Surprisingly, they’ve even been well-liked by the Agile teams, because they support “just enough” modeling to get into the ballpark and then let iterative development take over.






Business analysts, systems analysts, and developers modern, project leaders, architects, and methodologists needing to understand current business analysis techniques must undertake Business Analysis training.



The knowledge academy allows identifying the requirements of your employees and the objectives of the training program. Results, combined with input from organization’s representatives, contribute to the development of an employee and company training plan. The quality of their courses and expertise of instructors are the key features of the knowledge academy.


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