Business Analyst B1.2

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Patterns & Stages

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Patterns & Stages

Course Syllabus

Course Type:                      Online Learning

Course Duration:               Self-Paced

Prerequisites:                      B1.1 Business Analyst

Qualification:                       No prior IT experience required

Requirements:                    Laptop, Earphones, WIFI.

 

Course Syllabus:                     

B1.2.1 Patterns & Stages Overview

  • HIGH LEVEL PROCESSES/CAPABILITIES
  • All applications have four common Capabilities
  • Capabilities typically have 2 or more Functions
  • Function is a Customer Journey
  • Customer Journey is defined by a User Story
  • Components of a User Story
  • Five Stages of a digital Customer Journey
  • Five Stages are used in four Patterns
  • Pattern 1 example – Data Entry Stage –  LinkedIn Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Execute Stage –  LinkedIn Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Data Entry Stage –  Facebook Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Execute Stage –  Facebook Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Data Entry Stage –  Digital Bank Register
  • Pattern 1 example – Execute Stage –  Digital Bank Register
  • Patterns are made up of various Stages
  • Stages are made up of three Lists
  • Lists are made up of predefined Activities that must be performed

 

B1.2.2 Pattern 1 evaluation

  • Pattern 1 example – Data Entry Stage  –  LinkedIn Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Execute Stage  –  LinkedIn Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Data Entry Stage  –  Facebook Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Execute Stage  –  Facebook Register & Activate
  • Pattern 1 example – Data Entry Stage –  Digital Bank Register
  • Pattern 1 example – Execute Stage  –  Digital Bank Register

 

 B1.2.3 Pattern 2 evaluation

  • Bank Logon – Pattern 2 – Logon Capability Logon Function
  • Bank Logon – Pattern 2 – Logon Function –  Data Entry stage (DE)
  • Bank Logon – Pattern 2 – Logon Function –  Propose & Confirm stage (PC)
  • Bank Logon – Pattern 2 – Logon Function –  Execute Stage (EX)

 

B1.2.4 Revision and assignment

  • Mark the 20 Screen dumps from B1.1 assignment with Pattern 1 or Pattern 2

 

B1.1.3 Digital proposition

  • Creating a minimum viable product (MVP)
  • Create your own application
  • Facebook?, LinkedIn?, Dating site?, Recruitment site?, Etc?
  • Create your own application and add it on www.BAvarsity.com (JV with Wester)
  • Use the wester product (bavarsity.org under standards & certification – watch the video on the wester product)
  • Facebook?, LinkedIn?, Dating site?, Recruitment site?, Etc?

 

B1.1.4 Industry Models

  • We start off with an IBM model
  • Digital triggered a shift in the optimal Target Operation Model (TOM)

 

B1.1.5    Business Landscapes

  • What is a Business Landscape?
  • Business Landscape – Customer Journeys
  • Business Landscape – Products
  • Business Landscape – Distribution Channels

 

B1.1.6    Business Landscapes in action

  • Business Landscape – Putting it all together
  • Business Landscape – Example banking
  • Business Landscape – Example banking close up

 

B1.1.7    Workbook Creation

  • Overview of a Workbook creation
  • Delivery framework of Committees, Architects, and Projects ensures successful implementation
  • A Project for Analysis
  • Example of Branch-Banking Topology
  • Example of Branch-banking and ATM topology
  • Example of Branch-banking, ATM & Digital topology
  • What Output does a Business Analyst Produce

 

B1.1.8    Committees across the organization

  • Four committees across the organization
  • Each Committee has specific responsibilities

 

B1.1.9    User Stories

  • A User Story provides a “Single Source of Truth”
  • Level 1 Customer Journeys
  • Level 1 and 2 Customer Journeys
  • Level 1,2, and 3 Customer Journeys
  • All applications have four common capabilities

 

B1.1.10 Business Landscape for Banking – Customer Journeys

  • Business Landscape – Selecting Customer Journeys
  • Business Landscape – Customer Journeys – Example Banking Summary

 

B1.1.11 Business Landscape for Banking Continued

  • Business Landscape – Selecting Distribution Channels
  • Business Landscape – Selecting Products
  • Business Landscape – Putting it all together

 

B1.1.12 Customer Capabilities

  • High level processes/Capabilities
  • High level processes=user capabilities=tabs on navigation bar

 

B1.1.13 Customer Capabilities

  • Evaluation of
  • LINKEDIN REGISTRATION CAPABILITY
  • FACEBOOK REGISTRATION CAPABILITY
  • JOBSERVE REGISTRATION CAPABILITY
  • BETFAIR REGISTRATION CAPABILITY
  • ABC DEMO BANK REGISTRATION CAPABILITY
  • LINKEDIN LOGON CAPABILITY
  • FACEBOOK LOGON CAPABILITY
  • JOBSERVE LOGON CAPABILITY
  • BETFAIR LOGON CAPABILITY
  • ABC DEMO BANK LOGON CAPABILITY

 

B1.1.14 Customer Capabilities

  • Evaluation of
  • LINKEDIN PROFILE CAPABILITY
  • LINKEDIN LOG OFF CAPABILITY
  • ABC DEMO BANK PROFILE CAPABILITY
  • ABC DEMO BANK LOG OFF CAPABILITY
  • ABC DEMO BANK FOUR (4) CAPABILITIES
  • A Group of FUNCTIONS are called a CAPABILITY

 

B1.1.15 Revision and assignment

  • Make 20 x Screen dumps of real sites found on the net
  • Mark all FOUR (4) CAPABILITIES indicated and marked as explained in this class

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