For organizations seeking to model their business motivation constructs using a standard notation.
The course appeals to organizations looking for a semantically rich notation that is specifically designed for modeling high level business concerns. The BMM standard allows the modeler to formally capture business related metadata that usually resides in a plethora of documents, spreadsheets, Visio diagrams or other artifacts, into the same repository where business processes, Use Cases, requirements and many other analysis & design objects reside, opening the way for end-to-end traceability.
The Business Motivation Modeling (BMM) course covers the official OMG™ standard notation as implemened in the Enterprise Architect tool.
BMM allows the capture of the business ends (visions, goals, objectives,...), means (strategies, tactics, rules, ...) impacts, SWOT assessments and influencers (customers, partners, resources,...).
Besides teaching the notation, the course instructs the student on the use of the core tool features such as searching and documentation generation.
In addition to hands-on exercises and best practice recommendations,the material includes a set of non standard business-related artifacts and diagrams provided by Sparx Systems:
• Balanced scorecard.
• Strategy map.
• Value chain.
• Org chart.
EA Introduction Module
"Introduction to Enterprise Architect"
"Business Motivation Model"
Vision, Goal, Objective
Mission, Strategy, Tactic, Rule, Policy
Competitor, Customer, Supplier, Regulation,...
Assumption, Corporate Value, Infrastructure,...
SWOT Analysis, Impacts, Risks, Rewards,
Organization Unit, Process, Asset, Business Rule
"Traceability and Navigation"
Traceability features of the tool
Core Features Module
"Core Tool Features"
Searching the Repository
Managing Baselines and Comparing Models
"End-to-End Modeling Exercise"
The online bookstore model (or a User defined exercise)
Business analysts, projet managers and other business stakeholders.
This course helps participants respond quickly to the growing demands for integrating business motivation and business architecture viewpoints into the overall model portfolio. These models are then amenable for mapping to lower level analysis and design artifacts, opening the way for complete end-to-end traceability between the needs as expressed by the business, and the solutions provided by IT.
With one of our expert course leaders at your site!
Online web-based class, from the comfort of your desk!
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