Experienced analysts are all too familiar with the ambiguity and unreliability of plain text and simple sketches. The right graphical models can improve communication, understanding, and accuracy. But with dozens of different models, tools, and notations, how do you know what's right for your project?
In this business analyst training course you will learn how to move beyond just gathering requirements to creating an integrated suite of models that incorporate process, data, and use case perspectives. You will learn criteria for determining which models are most appropriate for different purposes and get ample practice creating these different models through exercises based upon real-world projects.
BPMN and UML are both large notations intended to address a wide variety of problems. At first glance, these notations, and the models created using them, can seem scary and forbidding. This course defines the parts of the notations essential to building good models and gives participants guidance in building models that convey important concepts without resorting to baffling and confusing notations. You will learn a simple and compact system for collaborative model that enables you to capture the most affirmation in the smallest space with the least work in a way that is testable and highly adaptive.
*Please note, if you are taking this class as part of the St. Louis University Certificate requirements, there is a $500 fee to claim your certificate once you have completed ALL requirements.
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