Levelling or exploding a process on a DFD reveals the internal details of how the process works and sets the stage for process analysis for requirements discovery. Identifying the internal processes is a critical first step to exploding a process. The post Identifying Internal Processes for a DFD appeared first on BA-EXPERTS.
A simple Rigorous Physical Process Model is a fantastic tool for initiating a discussion about a potential project. Converting an RPPM to a Context-Level Data Flow Diagram (DFD) is also a simple but critical step in the early project discussion. The post From Rigorous Physical Process Model to Context-Level DFD appeared first on BA-EXPERTS.
Creating a Rigorous Physical Process Model is a revealing, early-project activity for any IT project involving software that the business community will use. This diagram triggers areas of the human brain that mere words cannot and allows all viewers to visualize the movement of material and data through the organization. The post Drawing a Rigorous […]
This series offers guidelines for improving your requirements writing skills. You can access to over 20 online exercises that allow you to test your understanding of the presented techniques. It includes the content of our eCourses "Writing Better Requirements in Plain English", "Requirements Analysis Destroys Ambiguity", and "Exposing Functional and Non-Functional Requirements". The post Series: […]
Our Business Analysis Skills Evaluation (BASE) is a versatile tool for identifying your group’s skill gaps. Based on our extensive experience teaching and working with […] The post How Can BASE (Business Analysis Skills Evaluation) Help You? appeared first on BA-EXPERTS.