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Requirements Modeling Essentials


To paraphrase an expert, “If you don’t get the requirements right, nothing else matters on the project.” This course presents many methods, tools, models, and techniques to help elicit and analyze requirements. Participants will practice analyzing and modeling requirements as they work through an engaging case study. In addition, attendees will practice validating their models by conducting numerous walk-through.

Students will learn and practice industry-standard modeling types. The categories of models in this class follow the concurrent modeling framework, emphasizing process, data, interaction, and interface requirements. The benefits of concurrent modeling promote quicker and more complete requirements analysis back on the job.

Course Content

Course Objectives

  • Discuss the business analysis framework, including the BABOK® context for Business Analysis, and the BABOK® Requirements classification structure.
  • Explain how concurrent requirements modeling provides a repeatable, practical framework for modeling of requirements.
  • Use a systematic process for analyzing and modeling requirements that are critical to business success.
  • Name and use four techniques for keeping business process modeling sessions focused.
  • Create a scope diagram to facilitate the processes in-scope and out-of-scope for a project.
  • Modeling business processes, creating “as-is” and “to-be” process maps.
  • Gather information requirements to support the business processes.
  • Create basic Entity-Relationship Diagrams to model data requirements.
  • Create a use case diagram to show the scope of use cases and the actors who interact with them.
  • Write narrative flows of events to depict the primary and alternate path scenarios for interaction requirements.
  • Create low-fidelity prototypes to document interface requirements.
  • Use a low-fidelity prototyping technique to elicit business requirements and clarify previously elicited requirements.


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