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>The Event Model (TEM) in Action
>Modeling System Events
>Is a BA CoE Still Relevant?
>Complete Business Analysis Model (UML Example)
Webinar:Evolve Your Definition of Traceability
Webinar: Agile Best Practices for BAs
Webinar: SQL for the Business Analyst
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The Event Model (TEM) in Action
by Barbara von Halle,KPI LLC &Dr. Fabiana Fournier,IBM
In this article we address the question ofHow TEM?by providing a deeper look into TEM main constructs and how to do a high level design in TEM.
Modeling System Events
byKarl Wiegers&Joy Beatty
An alternative to eliciting use cases and user stories is to identify the external events to which the system must respond. An event is some change or activity that takes place in the user’s environment that stimulates a response from the software system.
Is a BA CoE Still Relevant?
by Robert Roland, VP, TD Bank
BA CoEs, in one form or another, have been around for over two decades. This longevity may very well speak for itself as this is a very long time given today’s appreciation and variety of methodologies, and the technological developments to support them.
Complete Business Analysis Model (UML Example)
byLeslie Munday, Sr. IT Professional
This is a complete example of a Business/Systems Analysis Model using UML and including: Use Cases, Activity Diagrams, Context Diagram, and more.
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