In this highly interactive course, you will learn how to enhance and refine your use case skills, how to involve your stakeholders in the use case process, and how to develop use cases that provide valuable information to the designers and testers.

Audience: This course has been expressly designed for the Business Analyst, Business System Analyst, System Analyst, and/or Requirements Engineer. The Designer, Developer and Tester who are actively involved in utilizing use cases may also benefit from this workshop.

Event Number: BA28

Available Languages: English (US)

Subjects: Technical

Objectives:

Employ use cases to elicit requirements, at a business, system or subsystem level Employ use cases to document the scope of a project Write use cases in a clear and unambiguous way. Model use cases with workflow diagrams Plan and divide up the project work based on your use cases Manage a use case as it evolves over time and goes through many changes

Course Detail:

1 - INTRODUCTION
Course objectives
Understanding of business analysis
Knowledge areas of BABOK® Guide

2 - OVERVIEW OF USE CASES
Describe the purpose and value of a use case approach
Use case terminology
Introducing a use case approach

3 - NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Purpose of Needs Assessment
Needs Assessment and use cases
Defining and understanding the strategic goals and objectives
Understanding the business process
Identifying actors
Identifying business information
Analyzing locations and operations
Drawing the business use case diagram
Building the business architecture
Defining solution options

4 - DEFINING SYSTEM SCOPE
Product scope/project scope
System actors versus business actors
Analyzing the business process model
Analyzing business use cases
Identifying candidate use cases
Identifying scenarios
Diagramming use cases
Draw a use case diagram
Create a use case catalog

5 - EVALUATING, PRIORITIZING, AND PACKAGING USE CASES
Iterative nature of this work
Evaluating use cases
Use case priority
Use case risk
Use case complexity
Use case dependencies
Evaluate and Prioritize use cases
Dividing work up between releases
Packaging
A process for how to perform packaging

6 - WRITING THE MAIN SUCCESS SCENARIO
Use case descriptions
Primary and secondary goals
Assumptions
Pre-conditions
Triggers
Post-conditions
Scenario example
Main success scenario
Conditional execution
Use cases and requirements
Best practices for writing a use case description

7 - WRITING THE OTHER SCENARIOS
Scenarios and flows
Alternate scenarios and flows
Alternate vs. basic flow
Guidelines for alternate flows
Exception flows
Failed post conditions
Write alternate and exception flows

8 - PROCESS MODELING TO DESCRIBE USE CASE FLOWS
UML® Activity Diagram Notation
Sequencing activities
Developing an activity diagram
Facilitated sessions
Draw a UML® Activity Diagram
9 - USING ADVANCED DIAGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
Commonality
Dependency Relationships
Identify relationships
Comparing the different relationships

10 - DEVELOPING A REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION
Requirements and use cases
Detailed requirements
Common approaches to specifications
Non-functional requirements
Write non-functional requirements
User interface requirements
UI data descriptions
Business rules
Decision tables and inference rules
How to document simple calculations
Reporting requirements
Data requirements
Data accessibility requirements
Traceability

Pre-Requisite Text:
None

GTR Start Date / End Date Class ID Location Language Price Enroll
GTR:
Start Date / End Date:
04/11/2019 09:00 EST -
04/12/2019 17:00 EST
709189 Location: NA Virtual - Partner Led Language: English (US) Price: $1395.00 USD Enroll:

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