Business Process Analysis traditionally uses data flow diagrams and flow charts. Modern methods use BPMN, which focuses on the identification of business events and models the resulting thread of business activities.
Unified Modelling Language (UML) use cases are now the industry standard for specifying functional requirements that are mapped from
these threads to ensure business-systems alignment
This course is aimed at Business Analysts and System Analysts who want to model business processes either for the purposes of business process reengineering or as a context model to be used for the definition of computer system requirements.
It provides an indepth technical study of Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN), which is the new OMG business modelling standard and is used with UML in software development to ensure that systems align with business
1. Create a business use case diagram.
2. Detail a business use case with an activity diagram.
3. Create a class diagram of business data entities
4. Create class diagrams of business worker line and operational responsibility.
5. Map the model into system use cases
This course has been developed for real-world, commercial scenarios by our expert instructors. See below for detailed syllabus. If you have a technical question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What you will learn
You will learn:
1. The concepts and notation of BPMN.
2. How to create effective models of business processes.
3. How to model the detail of a business process using BPMN.
4. How to build a business entity data model.
5. The essential concepts of UML system use cases for specifying functional requirements.
6. How to map the business model into system requirements.
7. How to model traceabilty from requirements to specifications.
Business Process Analysis with BPMN and UML Training Course Outline
Modelling the Business
Business Process Modelling using BPMN
Modelling Business Information
Specifying Business Requirements
Specifying Functional Requirements using System Use Cases
Mapping Business Processes to System Use Cases
Business Process Modelling Notation
Unified Modelling Language
BPMN and UML in the context of requirements elicitation and specification
Modelling Business Processes
Scoping Business Processes using Use Cases
Identifying Business Workers and External Entities
Essential BPMN concepts and notation
Processes and Sub-Processes
Modelling Business Events and Outcomes
Modelling Business Workers and their Roles
The Business Modelling Process
Business Process Modelling Workshop using case studies and your own applications
Modelling Business Entities
Basic concepts of Object-Orientation applied to the Business Domain.
UML Class Diagrams
The Business Domain Model
Business Domain Modelling Workshop using case studies and your own applications
Specifying Business Requirements
Classifying Requirements: User, Non-Functional, Regulatory etc.
Structuring Requirements Documentation
Stakeholders and Users
Defining System Use Cases
Essential concepts of Use Cases
Techniques for specifying detailed Functional Requirements using Use Cases
Templates for Use Case Specifications
Use Case Specification Workshop using case studies and your own applications
Mapping into System Requirements
Business Process Models versus System Use Cases
Mapping Actors and Use Cases
Mapping Business Events and Process
Mapping Business Workers
Mapping the Business Entity Model
Creating and Mapping 'Automated' Workers and Processes