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Business Systems Analysis Training Crash Course

Business Systems Analysis Training Crash Course Description

Business Systems Analysis Training crash course teaches you to apply a systematic, organized method to help you conduct your business analysis responsibilities effectively. Business Systems Analysis Training helps you to gain a comprehension of the actions, knowledge, techniques and methods necessary for you to be a successful business analyst, covering elicitation, assessment & design, verification and validation.

Business Systems Analysis Training crash course concentrates on comprehending the issues or opportunities, making sure that the resulting solution supports benefit to the corporation by following planned goals and objectives.

Business Systems Analysis Training

Business Systems Analysis Training crash course intends to focus on the competencies necessary for your role to recognize and assess criteria applying a range of elicitation methods; to make sure of the reliability, wholeness and correctness of the requirements using verification methods; to recognize possible solutions and to offer solutions.

You will learn a systematic method to business assessment so that you can grasp the essential factors of a business system, how to conduct the analysis actions and the forms of items to apply in order to involve your key stakeholders.

Moreover, Business Systems Analysis Training crash course will teach you to apply case scenarios, user narratives, process modeling, logic methods, and entity modeling and data normalization as the foundation of modeling practices employed on the course.

TONEX Business Systems Analysis Training Format

This training is a combination of the theories and hands-on activities. Through fun, interactive lectures and presentations you will receive the knowledge and theories you need to analyze a business system. Then, you will experience what you are taught through several case studies, individual/group activities, and hands-on workshops. The hands-on projects and examples are chosen from the real-world cases.

Audience

Business Systems Analysis Training is a 4-day crash course designed for:

  • Business analysts
  • Business owners
  • Senior and mid-level managers
  • Project managers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Systems analysts

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of Business Systems Analysis Training crash course, the attendees are able to:

  • Employ a systematic, organized method to comprehending business systems and solving business issues
  • Comprehend the significance of their key stakeholders and their expectations and needs
  • Generate successful requirements
  • Plan, conduct, and follow up a systematic study survey
  • Acknowledge that there are many assessment approaches and know when to use each of them
  • Generate a process model of an end-to-end business process
  • Develop a use case chart and a precise use case explanation
  • Generate user stories
  • Develop an entity correlation chart and a data glossary
  • Construct decision trees and decision tables to illustrate and elucidate business principals
  • Apply essential investigation methods to modify and enhance a system requirement
  • Outline the necessary contents of a business requirements specification

Course Outline

Overview of Business Systems Analysis

  • Definition of business systems
  • Definition of the term business
  • Business analyst vs. system analyst: differences and similarities
  • Business systems scope
  • Definitions and terminology

Business Case Analysis

  • What is business case?
  • Factors that impact systems cases
  • Internal elements
  • External elements
  • Project management
  • Assessing the systems requirements
  • Overview of feasibility
  • Analyzing the feasibility
  • Setting priorities
  • Elements that impact priority

Managing Systems Projects

  • What does form a project?
  • Project manager responsibilities
  • Project actions and planning phases
  • Phase 1: generate a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Phase 2: Recognizing task modes
    • What are task configurations?
    • How can you apply task boxes to generate a model?
    • What are the major forms of task patterns?
    • How can you recognize task patterns?
    • How can you work with complicated task patterns?
  • Phase 3: calculate the critical path
    • Critical path definition
    • How can you calculate the critical path?
  • Project monitoring and control
    • Monitoring and Control Techniques Maintaining a Schedule
  • Reporting
  • Risk management
  • Managing for success
    • Business issues
    • Budget issues
    • Schedule issues

Modeling the Requirements

  • Systems analysis phase
    • Systems analysis actions
    • Systems analysis competencies
    • Team-oriented methods: JAD, RAD, and Agile techniques
  • Combined application development
    • User participation
    • JAD contributors and responsibilities
    • JAD pros and cons
  • Quick application development
    • RAD stages and actions
    • RAD goals
    • RAD pros and cons
  • Agile techniques
    • Pros and cons

Modeling Tools

  • Functional decomposition charts
  • Business process modeling
  • Data flow charts
  • Combined modeling language

System Requirements List

  • Output
  • Input
  • Process
  • Implementation
  • Evaluation

Future Development, Expenses, and Advantages

  • Scalability
  • Total expenses
  • Fact-finding
  • Who, what, where, when, how, and why?
  • The Zachman structure

Surveys

  • Step 1: Who to interview
  • Step 2: What objects to Interview
  • Step 3: Developing good questions
  • Step 4: Getting ready for the interview
  • Step 5: Performing the interview
  • Step 6: Recording the interview
  • Step 7: Analyzing the interview

Fact-Finding Methods

  • Document overview
  • Remarking
  • Interviews and surveys
  • Sampling methods
  • How to perform effective research
  • Differences between interviews and questionnaires

Data and Process Modeling

  • Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs)
  • How to generate a series of DFDs
  • Drawing DFDs
  • Step 1: Draw a context diagram
  • Step 2: Draw a diagram 0 DFD
  • Step 3: Draw the lower-level diagrams

 Data Glossary

  • Using CASE methods for documentation
  • Documenting the data components
  • Documenting the data streams
  • Documenting the data stores
  • Documenting the procedures
  • Documenting the assets
  • Documenting the records
  • Data reports

Process Explanation Methods

  • Segmental design
  • Organized English
  • Decision charts

Object Modeling

  • Object-based footings and notions
  • Objects
  • Qualities
  • Techniques
  • Messages
  • Categories
  • Objects and classes correlations
  • Object modeling with the combined modeling language

Development Strategies

  • Outsourcing
  • In-House development options
  • Completing systems analysis
  • Transforming to systems design
  • Systems design policies
  • Prototyping

Data Design

  • Concepts
  • Internet-based database design
  • Data design terminology
  • Entity-correlation diagrams
  • Normalization
  • Using codes
  • Database models
  • Data storage and access
  • Data control

System Architecture

  • System architecture list
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Planning the architecture
  • Client architecture
  • Web-based architecture
  • Processing techniques
  • Network models
  • Wireless systems
  • Systems design completion

Managing Systems Execution

  • Application development
  • Systematic application development
  • Object-based application development
  • Agile application development
  • Testing the implemented system
  • Documentation and reporting
  • Management support
  • System implementation and analysis
  • Functioning and verification
  • Training
  • Data transaction
  • System exchange

Managing Systems Approval and Safety

  • User support
  • Maintenance jobs and responsibilities
  • Maintenance controlling
  • System execution management
  • System safety
  • Various levels of system security
  • System backup and the ability of recovery
  • System outmodedness
  • Potential issues and future opportunities

Communication Tools

  • Effective communication methods
  • Written communication techniques
  • Oral communications strategies
  • How to manage your communication abilities

CASE Tools

  • Terminology and notions
  • Incorporated development
  • CASE tool samples
  • CASE method developments

Financial Analysis Tools

  • Clarifying the expenses and benefits
  • Cost-benefit assessment
  • Computing ROI
  • Main terms and concepts

TONEX Group Activity Sample: Personal Trainer, INC

Personal Trainer, Inc. possesses and functions fitness centers in a various cities in the Midwest. Such centers have operated just fine, and the company intends to expand to an international level by launching a new “supercenter” in the Toronto area.

  • Create a business profile for Personal Trainer, according to the documents and data available. Outline at least three of Personal Trainer’s business processes.
  • Develop a corporate diagram for Personal Trainer via Microsoft Word or a similar program, or you can make it manually.
  • Should Personal Trainer take into considerations any of the following systems: enterprise computing, transaction procedures, business support, knowledge management, or user efficiency? Why or why not? What advantages could Personal Trainer have for internet-based B2C transactions in the future? What about B2B? Elaborate your answers in the group

TONEX Workshop Sample: New Century Health Clinic

New Century Health Clinic provides inhibitive medicine and conventional medical care. In your position as an IT, you will assist New Century to create a new information system.

  • Generate a corporate diagram of the office personnel applying Microsoft Word or a similar software, or you can make it manually.
  • Recognize at least three business procedures that New Century executes, and elaborate who is accountable for the specific tasks.
  • Articulate how New Century could apply a transforming processing system, a business support system, and a user output system. For each category of system, deliver a particular example, and describe how the system would benefit the clinic.
  • Over the course of systems development, should New Century take any of the following into considerations? B2B, vertical and horizontal system packages, or Internet-oriented solutions. Elaborate your answers

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