Requirements Capturing with BPMN and UML

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Jul 05, 2010
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Right requirements are essential for building a quality system. The final product of system engineering is an executable system to support running of enterprise. Quality application here refer is NOT refer to how easy to use or how beautiful is the application but improvement of the enterprise in terms of time, resources usage or output.
Modern enterprise is they are working in highly collaborative way. Business processes in modern enterprise are driven by the work flow. This training course will discuss how to capture right requirements through the use BPMN and represent the requirements through UML.
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Right requirements are essential for building a quality system. The final product of system engineering is an executable system to support running of enterprise. Quality application here refer is NOT refer to how easy to use or how beautiful is the application but improvement of the enterprise in terms of time, resources usage or output.

Modern enterprise is they are working in highly collaborative way. A product or service produce, deliver and maintained by different companies are not unusual. Business processes in modern enterprise are driven by the work flow. Unlike traditional business process they are simple in nature, modern business process usually have long running duration. The execution duration could be running for say, over a month. And the execution may involve multiple rounds of transactions, and cover multiple parties. This training course will discuss how to capture right requirements through the use BPMN and represent the requirements through UML.

Agilian will be used to demonstrate how to capture requirements using BPMN and convert the requirements into use case models.

 

 

 

1. Goal of system engineering

2. Characteristics of modern enterprise

3. Questions need to ask for improvement

4. How can we gain success

5. Traditional requiremens capturing vs business process requirements capturing

6. How to capture right requirements

7. Introduction on use case diagram

8. Demonstrations

* Demonstration on each steps will be provide throughout the course.

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written by Henk Harms on Jul 25, 2010

This presentation/training is a bitmisleading

Not shown are the requirement grid and actually how to collect the requirements.

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