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    Introduction to Business Systems Analysis

    This course presents the basics of Business Analysis. The course covers the creation of a current system implementation model and its transformation into a system essential model (requirements specification). Current system implementation models are used to take a system and break it down into its subsystems based on business or project need. Each subsystem can then be broken down into greater levels of detail to document business requirements. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Overview of Business Systems Analysis and Design

    This course gives the student an understanding of the role of the Analyst, and how that person brings together the building blocks (people, data, process, interface and communications) of modern IT systems. It introduces the concepts of Enterprise Analysis, Requirements Elicitation, Requirements Analysis, Requirements Communication and Solution Assessment and Validation. These are the key areas defined in the International Institute of Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK). This class is designed as an introduction to further classes that focus on various best practices used in the analysis and design processes For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Pragmatic Use Case Writing

    Without proper capture of requirements software projects have a high probability of failure. This 2-day course achieves a focused goal of writing effective, readable use cases to describe the user-centric, behavioral requirements of a software system or business workflow. This course is structured around a problem-driven approach, and students will learn use case techniques and concepts in a "just-in-time" manner, emphasizing the meaning and relevance of each technique and not just its notation. Numerous examples of both system-level and business-level use cases, and a non-trivial case study, let students see how a concept is described in the use case approach, and then immediately apply their understanding as they write three complete use cases in the course. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Pragmatic Business Analysis

    Acquiring skill for the role of business analyst (BA) or business system analyst (BSA) in a modern software development organization is often left to “on the job” experience, or to chance. The BA role is complex and requires skill in multiple dimensions, including: harvesting of requirements, satisfying business strategy defined by multiple constituencies, and communicating business process goals and process details to technical groups. This course is a 2-day, very interactive curriculum that focuses on the role of the BA/BSA within the process of software specification and development. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Service-Oriented Analysis

    This course is a 2-day curriculum that focuses on how an organization moving to Service Orientation can identify effective business Services. Exercises in each section of the course demonstrate techniques to identify candidate services, then organize them to achieve real business goals. The properties of well-defined services are explored, and emphasis is placed on identifying the responsibility profile of each service ? a proven technique to eliminate duplication of functionality. Further exercises demonstrate how to define the interactions and operations of each service to assure it meets its prescribed business goals. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Business Systems Analysis for Object-Oriented Projects with UML 2

    The key to effective business analysis is to provide specification of “what” functionality a software system will provide its users, rather than “how” the software will be designed. But too often traditional business analysis produces artifacts and specifications that do not align with the concepts of object-oriented design and development. This course focuses on how business analysts and business systems analysts can provide object-oriented developers with concise specifications of the problem domain within which a software solution will be constructed. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Use Cases for the Rational Unified Process

    This 2-day course is an exercise-driven course to guide students in developing well-written and effective use cases following the concepts and guidelines of the IBM/Rational Unified Process version 7. Students learn the basic concepts of RUP 7 regarding requirements specification, with emphasis on writing use cases to capture the user requirements of a software system. The course focuses on distinguishing business use cases and system use cases, properly structuring a RUP use case, incrementally writing the use case from Basic Flow to Alternate Flows, and the proper grammar and sentence structure for the use cases descriptions. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Bringing Business Solutions to Life

    From core fundamentals and technical design to quality assurance and implementation, Bringing Business Solutions to Life helps Business Analysts master all the important processes they are likely to encounter when launching new systems. This two-day workshop begins by reviewing the Business Analyst’s role throughout the entire lifecycle of a project, and then fills in all the important details. Every key theme along the way is taught using an experiential approach, including how Business Analysts can participate more effectively in the implementation process; For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Mastering the Requirements Process

    By mastering the project requirements process, business analysts and project managers can better manage customers’ expectations and satisfy their needs. Requirements discovery is the first step to a successful project. This workshop focuses on the skills necessary to thoroughly gather requirements from stakeholders, procedures, system components, and various business documents. Quality requirements statements are the next step in a successful project. This workshop provides the best practices to write specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and traceable, requirements statements. Finally, requirements must be properly communicated, validated and signed off to achieve a successful project outcome. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Survival Skills for Analysts

    This comprehensive workshop helps business analysts complement their practical systems thinking with a thorough understanding of effective people skills. A few of the many important topics covered in Survival Skills for Analysts include understanding team dynamics and resolving interpersonal conflicts; improving communication skills; planning and managing meetings more effectively and achieving greater consensus and commitment. To help ensure students continue to cultivate these critical skills after completion of the workshop, an action plan is developed for ongoing personal development in the workplace environment. PDUs = 16. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Advanced Business Analysis

    This course is for business analysts looking to improve the way they elicit, analyze, document and communicate requirements. Using the proven case study model, participants explore two approaches to requirements modeling: the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and Information Engineering. Participants discover how modeling can help them make requirements decisions earlier in the system development life cycle, thus enhancing requirements quality and completeness. Data models, use cases, requirements traceability and prioritization are covered in depth. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Fast Start® in Business Analysis

    From enterprise analysis and scope definition to requirements determination and conceptual design, the Fast Start® in Business Analysis workshop gives analysts a thorough understanding of the entire Systems Development Life Cycle. Replete with both “hard” and “soft” skills, this three-day course builds a sound strategy for analyzing business processes and demonstrates how to apply concepts and practical techniques within the context of an experiential learning environment. Students emerge from this workshop with a solid foundation of business analysis thinking as well as a greater understanding that doing the right things is just as important as doing things right.. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Business Analysis Overview

    This one-day workshop aims to provide a realistic and interactive overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does in the framework of defining system solutions. This workshop will use a case study approach to allow participants to perform a current state analysis to identify the “as is” situation, interview users to elicit requirements about the “future state”, and write requirements for the solution. In order to perform these exercises, the workshop will cover such topics as procedure analysis and activity (swim lane) diagrams, interviewing techniques, and the attributes of quality requirements. Participants will work in teams to complete the exercises and receive peer review of their work. PDUs = 8. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Advanced Project Management

    This workshop gives seasoned project managers the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully manage increasingly complex project issues to meet desired goals and objectives. Assuming a mastery of project planning, this workshop extends skills to the remaining project management processes covering areas such as avoiding mistakes when executing and controlling a project, dealing with evolving stakeholder expectations, using trend analysis to measure project performance and improving project outcomes. PDUs: 24 credits. For other Business Analysis courses please visit
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    Agile Development with Scrum

    This 2-day course assures students understand what adopting Scrum will mean for their organization and themselves, and to make passing Certified Scrum Master training a certainty. The course begins with the concepts and terminology of iterative development: developing and delivering portions of a total product according to a well-defined schedule and partitioning of product features. The business case for iterative development is thoroughly covered. For other Software Engineering classes please visit
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    Essential Test-Driven Development

    A 3-day course for developers, providing hands-on experience with the techniques of Test-Driven Development (TDD). This course is designed for experienced developers who are comfortable with their programming language and the basics of object-oriented design. Attendees learn the techniques of test-first, refactoring, mock objects, and others. They learn how these techniques provide and maintain a very low defect-count, plus why TDD helps developers work fearlessly, swiftly, and comfortably on new features and bug-fixes. For other Software Engineering classes please visit
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    Essential Agile Testing

    A 2-day course for testers and developers. The first day focuses on what testers can do to provide up-front, "test-first" acceptance tests, which also serve as readable, executable specifications. The second day the team will implement and execute the tests using a pre-selected test framework’s primary format. Prior to the course, assistance will be given to help choose the particular collaborative tool appropriate for the team and their domain: For other Software Engineering classes please visit
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    Essential Agile Principles & Practices

    This highly-interactive 2-day course is for individuals and teams who want to explore, adopt, or improve an Agile development methodology. You will discover how to work together, as a team, to deliver the highest value early and often, while maintaining a very high standard of quality. Designed for everyone involved in (and around) a development team, this course has the ability to adapt to a variety of experience levels and functional areas. You will learn about the various Agile methods,and their values, principles, and practices. For other Software Engineering classes please visit
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    MVP Training: IT - Business & Systems Requirements

    MVP Seminars LLC, is a leading nationwide provider of business training seminars at affordable prices, with top-notch providers. Follow-up monitoring program no-charge! Please call 510-558-3495. Largest family run training business in USA.
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    Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Modeling Language

    For other Object Oriented Analysis and Design classes and outlines please visit Object Oriented Analysis and Design training.