This tutorial provides a powerful way to enhance existing models-based Business Requirements methods – adding a new model called the Decision Model to the catalog of business requirements. This significantly improves requirements in classic waterfall, unified method projects, and Agile Methods. The course is deliberately integrated with and references the BPMInstitute.org course that focuses on “Business Rules and BDM 101: Incorporating Business Rules into BPM, BDM and SOA” This intensive business rule tutorial is specifically targeted at both non-technical and technical audiences and is excellent for entire project teams. Aimed at business analysts, business engineers, testers, project managers, key project people, and business- and solution-architects. Developers concerned with the quality and alignment of their code with requirements would find it valuable. The course also includes material for the serious Agile method team.
This tutorial begins with a review of – if you have attended the BR101 course – or an introduction to the Decision Model, a platform-, and technology-independent model of business rules. You will learn that the Decision model:
This is the only requirements course available today that incorporates the Decision Model: this model provides significant time and cost saving on gathering and managing business rules; it also improves the quality of business rules, and enhances their maintainability and their applicability to business requirements and testing.
Improve your skills and your projects by learning the basics of how to integrate business rules into business requirements in a manner that will allow meaningful testing of the business rules, traceability of rules from the business objectives to implementation and defined business metrics. Learn the importance of testing business logic, and discover the means to execute these tests using reliable standards.
This uniquely practical workshop is valuable for managers on the business or technical side involved in planning, leading, or participating in projects, be it business-only project or a full systems development project. The attendee will learn unique skills in analyzing business rules as an important component in business requirements and testing.
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