Business Data Modeling explores business rules, policies and procedures and how they can be modeled effectively. Participants will learn entity relationship diagramming, super and sub-types, attributive and associative entities, and documenting data constraints. The logical data modeling approaches focus on the important requirements of the business that are discovered through significant user involvement during
the analysis phase.
You will also learn how to create models without being limited by technology or organizational structure. The ability to communicate the intersection of business processes and information/data needs is key to the success of any software development project. Understanding and explaining user needs is a major challenge and opportunity for the business analyst. The business analyst who understands structured modeling has a distinct advantage in addressing and communicating requirements. And the use of models can greatly increase all stakeholders’ understanding of the relevancy of business rules.
This course could also start your accreditation path towards acquiring an Associate or Masters Certification in Business Analysis, accredited by The George Washington University. Contact us at [email protected] for more information.