- Flexible self-paced study
- What are use cases and why it’s a powerful technique
- When to apply use cases
- Step-by-step process for creating a use case
- How to supplement use cases with data and business rules
- Practical case study
- Anyone who wants to learn how to apply use case techniques
- Business Analysts and any professionals performing the business analysis role on a project
Key benefits of this course
Focus on value: This technique will guide all your elicitation and analysis activities, and help keep you laser focused on the business needs
Clear structure: Using this technique, you will be able to organize all your system requirements clearly and consistently around the goals of the users
Support all delivery methodologies: Use case modelling enables Iterative and Waterfall methodologies - essentially a technique for all ages
Practical skills: You will work through a software development project as it's being delivered by a Business Analyst, named Laura, so that you can see use cases applied in a real-life scenario. You will also have an opportunity to practice use case techniques in the case study section
Natasha Kordonska, CBAP
Professor of Business Analysis at University of Toronto and George Brown College (part-time), and a Senior Manager of Business Analysis at a major Canadian bank. Natasha holds a M.A.Sc and has created and led a business analysis practice management team, pioneered centers of excellence and communities of practice, worked as a consulting business analyst and has been a requirements consultant on hundreds of projects. She has multiple years of experience in formal and informal training, coaching and mentoring business analysts including developing and delivering IIBA certified internal requirements training programs.
A CBAP member since 2008, Natasha has been a champion of the Business Analyst profession by regularly presenting at the IIBA Toronto chapter and Project Management Business Analysis World Toronto, and Building Business Capability conferences.