Objective: To dramatically improve the ability of participants to accurately identify needs, and to develop documentation and process that will lead to a successful project completion. Completion of this program earns 14 PDU Credits.
Target Audience: Users, liaisons, and technicians whose responsibilities include specifying or developing enhancements of existing programs or new systems. Also business analysts who interact with technical development personnel. A mix of technical levels in class is encouraged.
Survey a Business System
Defining User Requirements
Characteristics of High Quality Systems
Bridging the “Communications Gap”
Concepts of Total Systems Development
Traditional vs. Phased Development
Business Driving Technology
The Capability Maturity Model
The Business Survey of a System
Objectives of Analysis
Tools and Techniques for Data Gathering
Creating the Model of Business Requirements
Problem Solving Approaches
Defining User Requirements and Specifications
Functional Requirements Elements
Economic, Operational and Technical Feasibilities
Turning Requirements into Specifications
Output Reports and Screens that fit the Business
The Walk through / Inspection Process
Data Flow Diagrams
Parts of the Data Flow
Entity Relationship Diagrams
Why do it? What is it?
Definitions of Entity, Relationship, and Cardinality
Putting it altogether
Reasons to Capture the Data
Types of Information
Risk Assessment and Threat Analysis
Types of Threats
Safeguards and Controls
Program Length: Two Days
Professional Skills are the KEY to the Effective Application of Technology to the Business Process.
Contact Sandy Gaston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-255-0096 for information, scheduling, and fees.