Course Outline

Business process

  • business process concept
  • business process modeling
  • business and analytical models - connections and elements

Business process modeling

  • diagrams related to business processes
  • mapping and documenting business processes

Requirements analysis

  • requirements concept
  • collecting and documenting requirements
  • relationships between requirements
  • linking requirements with the analytical layer

Modeling the solution

  • types of domain modeling approaches
  • rationalizing the depth of analysis
  • analysis and project risks

Solution model and agile methodologies

  • agile methodologies - opportunities and threats
  • correlation between documentation and elements of agile methodologies

Techniques for verifying model correctness

  • informal validation techniques
  • review of formal correctness verification techniques
  • correctness verification procedures during the project

Organizing project documentation

  • good practices
  • ensuring tracking of changes
  • security and versioning aspects

Embedding analytical work within management methodologies

  • management methodologies and analytical work
  • aspects of influence
  • project progress control and analytical work

Requirements

  • An understanding of software development life cycle and agile principles
  • Experience with working in a Scrum team as a product owner or a business analyst

Audience

  • Product owners
  • Business analysts
  • Anyone seeking to understand the role and responsibilities of a product owner in the Scrum methodology
 21 Hours

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