|Delivery Mode:||Instructor-led Classroom|
|Course Length:||3 days|
In facilitated JAD (Joint Application Design) workshops, team members create, review, and complete important project deliverables. Teams that use these workshops slash delivery time and improve the quality of their software. That's because they define precise requirements and produce other high-quality documents to guide project planning and management.
This practical, in-depth workshop gives you the tools, techniques, and templates for designing and leading productive JAD workshops. You'll learn a process and a framework, from planning to post-workshop follow-up.
In this carefully designed and executed learning environment you'll actively learn through lecture, examples, discussions, exercises, review sessions, and a workshop simulation. The course is integrated with and complements Ellen Gottesdiener's industry-standard book Requirements by Collaboration: Workshops for Defining Needs.
This course is endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) and aligns with the IIBA's Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) applicable tasks and techniques. You'll earn 21 PDs (Professional Development hours) for initial certification or 21 CDUs (Continuing Development Units) by attending this course.
|Who Should Attend:||This course will benefit business analysts, IT analysts, and application analysts as well as subject matter experts, data and process modelers, DBAs, and data administrators. It's especially useful for project managers, project leaders, methodologists, and facilitators. In short, it's profitable for anyone involved in the collaborative discovery and analysis of project deliverables.|
|Course Materials:||The participant guide includes detailed text and illustrations. The rich, reusable requirements toolset includes templates, worksheets, sample agendas, questionnaires, checklists, and detailed references. Additional course materials are available on the EBG Consulting website.|
|Outline:||Part I Facilitation Workshops in Perspective
Part II Facilitation Essentials
Part III Putting the Essentials to Work
1. Planning workshops
2. Chartering workshops
3. Business modeling workshops
4. Requirements modeling workshops
5. Process improvement workshops
Part IV Workshop Patterns and Techniques
1. Collaboration patterns
This course is endorsed by the IIBA. To see how this course maps to the IIBA BABOK®,
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