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General Information
Duration (classes) 20
Start date 12.10.2021
End date 15.10.2021
Time 16:45 – 20:45 Monday to Thursday
Content information
Short Overview Interacting with and gathering requirements from front office users (trading, sales, desk heads, etc.) with relevant Business domain knowledge. Translating these business requirements into clear specify-by-example requirements for IT with Business Domain Knowledge in it. Learning how to work closely with the dev team throughout the development process.

Identifying and communicating project risks and issues where required. Learning how to participating/story telling in meetings with the tech partners/business and providing status updates of the ongoing tasks.

Learning how to recognise and ensure solutions are an optimal combination of technology features and changing business processes where applicable.

Program  1.  Business Analysis

 • Overview of Business Analysis

• Overview of Requirements

• Role of the Business Analyst

2.  Stakeholders

 • Who are they?

• And why do they matter?

• The most common stakeholders: The project team, management, and the front line

• Handling Stakeholder Conflicts

3.  Life Cycles

 • Systems Development Life Cycles

• Project Life Cycles

• Product Life Cycles

• Requirement Life Cycles

• Seventh Morning’s Requirements Development Life Cycle

4. Forming Requirements

• Overview of Requirements

• Attributes of Good Requirements

• Types of Requirements

• Requirement Sources

• Gathering Requirements from Stakeholders

• Common Requirements Documents

5.  Transforming Requirements

• Stakeholder Needs Analysis

• Decomposition Analysis

• Additive/Subtractive Analysis

• Gap Analysis

• Notations (UML & BPMN)

• Flowcharts

• Swim Lane Flowcharts

• Entity-Relationship Diagrams

• State-Transition Diagrams

• Data Flow Diagrams

• Use Case Modeling

• Business Process Modeling


6. Finalizing Requirements

• Presenting Requirements

• Socializing Requirements and Gaining Acceptance

• Prioritizing Requirements

• Evaluation of the requirements

7. Managing Requirements Assets

• Change Control

• Requirements Tools

• Software


• Types of scenarios

• Pessimistic

• Optimistic

• Most likely

8. Examples and case study

Target audience Business employees engaged in forming requirements for software development.
Competencies   for the target audience  No special competences required.


Trainer Information
Short bio            Dimitar Jovevski, Ph.D at the Economics Colledge, University of St. Cyril and Methodius, e-business department.

Proffesor Dimitar Jovevski has wast knoledge of the area and teaches few subjects based on business analysis. He is also co-owner and works as business analyst st the Business Development and Digital Marketing agency Piksel DOO.

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