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    Agile Requirements Management

    This session focuses on the actions, artifacts, and deliverables that need to take place in order to produce requirements that fully represent business value and the needs of stakeholders in an effective and efficient fashion. While the Product Backlog is owned by the Product Owner, the requirements management process is facilitated and practically led by team members with business analysis skills, or by an individual with the title (and the skills) of a Business Analyst. This dynamic, interactive and hands-on session covers the entire requirements management process in agile projects, including exploring the difference between agile and waterfall requirements, applying concepts that help write effective user stories, supporting the process with various models and use cases, discussing agile planning, prioritization and backlog maintenance, and covering the requirements validation process through the demo and the iteration review.
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    Agile BA Basics

    Many organizations are starting to reap rewards from adding agile methods to their development practices. One of the roles most impacted by switching to an agile approach is the business analyst. Requirements are captured and documented differently on agile projects using novel techniques such as backlogs and user stories and by making extensive use of agile requirements modeling practices. Additionally, requirements are first captured at a broad, abstract level, prioritized using a 3-step approach, and then explored more deeply in cycles according to their priority.
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    Introduction to Agile Requirements Using User Stories

    Agile teams use Use Cases and User Stories to define requirements, but what other… Wait a minute... What’s a User Story? Not everyone has heard of them but even those who have may benefit from complimentary tools that highlight patterns in the roles of stakeholders, putting a face on the users with personas.
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    Webinar On IT Auditing - Principles and Practices for Executives and Directors

    This webinar facilitates an executive-level understanding of the ISACA IT Auditing Standards associated with performing IT assurance services and accepted areas of risk for most organizations through exposure to The Davis Adaptive IT Auditing System and Governance Tree frameworks. This webinar 'IT Auditing -Principles and Practices for Executives and Directors,' presents guidance following the general structure of planning, studying, testing, reporting and follow-up. This structure can be applied broadly, or narrowly, defined IT audits.Price:$200.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link http://onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/IT-AUDITING-507751/APRIL-2017-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Webinar On FDA's Low-Risk Device Policy and the Impact on Mobile Medical Device Applications

    This webinar will provide the attendees with an overview of both FDA's Low-Risk Device Draft Policy (January 2015) and guidance on Mobile Medical Applications (February 2015), along with insight as to how companies can achieve compliance with both.Price:$250.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link http://onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/FDAs-LOW-RISK-POLICY-MEDICAL-DEVICE-501520/JUNE-2016-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Webinar on Validation of Excel Spreadsheets for Regulated Environments

    In this webinar on validation of excel spreadsheets, the participants will learn how to apply risk based validation to spreadsheet applications step-by-step. The webinar will also discuss what are the requirements for excel validation and how to implement them to comply with the regulations. Price:$250.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link
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    Interpersonal Skills for Business Analysts

    In this class, students learn to manage relationships between their co-workers and team members, their customers and their peers. Through exercises and workshops students examine basic problem solving, communication, team building and time management skills and practice ways to refine and improve these skills. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Use Cases and Object Oriented Concepts

    This course presents the basics of the Yourdon/Coad approach to object-oriented analysis and use cases. The course covers the creation of a System Essential Model (requirements specification) using object-oriented models and techniques with a focus on the transition from requirements-based Use Cases. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Use Case Modeling

    This course presents a methodology for creating and validating all types of business requirements that accurately and effectively reflect the essential activities of some portion of a business. This course covers the discovery, creation, documentation, and validation of business, functional, nonfunctional and stakeholder (user) requirements through the creation of Process Models and Use Cases. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Overview of Agile Systems Development

    This course presents the basics of the Agile systems development methods. It gives an overview of how Agile methods have evolved and introduces with the seven most common Agile methods. This class also discusses options on how to introduce Agile methodology to existing and new systems development projects. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Creating Technical Documentation

    This course presents the basic principles of excellent documentation for use in an IT environment based on matching each type of documentation to its intended audience. Various types of documentation are discussed including technical reports, training material for computer systems, maintenance and reference documentation and documentation to accompany presentations. Alternate delivery methods are also discussed including on-line and web-based documentation. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Object Oriented Analysis and Design

    This course presents the basics of the Object Oriented approach to object-oriented analysis and design used in SDLC methodologies such as RUP, UML and BPMN. The course covers the creation of a System Essential Model (requirements specification) and a System Implementation Model (design specification) using object-oriented models and techniques. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Customizing the SDLC for Your Organization

    This course presents an integrated view of the information presented in the structured SDLC courses (see prerequisites). The Capability Maturing Model for the SDLC is discussed and a view of a mature, modern SDLC is explained. The YSM models for the analysis and design phases of the SDLC are covered and the testing of all deliverables is shown to be integral to producing a high-quality product. The various types of SDLC productivity tools are covered and their functions explained. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Business Systems Testing Fundamentals

    This course presents an architecture that defines a process to implement a structured testing environment for all phases of the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC). It conveys the four techniques of structured testing, and the application of those techniques during the phases of the SDLC. Using risk assessment as a guide for structured testing is emphasized and a risk matrix is presented. The main focus is on the creation of functional and structural test plans, test scripts, and test cases, including the use of break-it testing, complexity testing, and basis path testing. The organization of a testing team and the testing environment is also discussed. Hands-on workshops in a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Structured Business Systems Design

    This course presents tools and techniques to take the Requirements documentation produced during the analysis phase of a project and initiate the process of designing and building a new version of a system. The steps of structured design are defined and the various options of system and sub-systems that make up the future System Implementation Model are created and documented using process models, use cases, decision tables, program structure charts, flow charts, pseudo-code, screen and report layouts and database design models that can be used to create system prototypes. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Modeling Essential Business Data

    This course presents the terminology and basic concepts of data modeling and illustrates them using Entity-Relationship Diagrams (ERD), Data Structure Diagrams (DSD) and Data Model Diagrams (DMD). The entire data modeling process is presented, from conceptual modeling, to normalization, to the logical data model. The course finishes by presenting options for implementing the logical data model as a relational database model. Hands-on workshops in a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Overview of Data Modeling

    This class gives students an insight into data modeling activities that need to be performed before building any database. The concepts and terminology are covered and reinforced by the use of an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD). For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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    Discovering Essential Business Requirements

    This course presents a methodology for creating and validating all types of business requirements that accurately and effectively reflect the essential activities of some portion of a business. This course covers the discovery, creation, documentation, and validation of business, functional, nonfunctional and stakeholder (user) requirements. The techniques of fact-finding and effective listening are discussed and the implementation of Joint Application Development (JAD) workshops to enhance fact-finding is presented. The concept of a Use Case is presented for validating business requirements. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts. For other Business Analysis courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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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 http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp
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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 http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesBusinessanalysis.asp