Use Case Modeling (NY)

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Use Case Modeling (NY)

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Description

Use case modeling is one of the most widely adopted approaches to analyzing and specifying the interactions between users and systems. However, the misapplication of this tool can cause significant issues during a project -- or worse, after implementation.

In Use Case Modeling, you will learn all about how to apply use cases the right way, enabling you, your organization, and your customers to benefit from finely thought-out and well-designed systems.

Suitability

This course is designed for a wide array of technology professionals responsible for modeling user-system interactions, especially Business Analysts, Developers, Architects, and Testing professionals.


Course Overview

Day 1

Use Cases

  • The Role of the Use Case
  • Strengths and Weaknesses: When not to use Use Cases

Elements of the Use Case

  • Actors
  • The Basic Flow
  • Alternate and Exception Flows
  • Endpoints: Preconditions and Post-Conditions
  • Other Common Components

Day 2

Diagrams and Modeling

  • The Use Case Diagram
  • Associations and Relationships
  • Common Modeling Uses

Use Cases Workshop

In the workshop, you will apply your new use case modeling skills to real-world systems.


Your Instructor

Don Hussey runs the business analysis training, coaching, and advisory practice, NorwalkAberdeen.

Before starting the firm, he ran the BA Center of Excellence for Citi Private Bank. Before that, he managed a team of BAs at Citi, after being a Business Analyst at Morgan Stanley.

He has spent more than fifteen years doing business analysis, managing BAs, directing teams of BAs, training BAs, coaching BAs, and helping business analysis organizations to be hyper-effective.