Requirements Architecture and Design Options (IIBA - ECBA)
What you'll learn
- identify the characteristics of a requirements architecture
- recognise considerations when defining the requirements architecture
- recognise guidelines and techniques for defining the requirements architecture
- understand what's involved in defining the requirements architecture
- recognise considerations when defining design options
- know how guidelines and techniques are used when defining design options
- use the roles of stakeholders in defining design options
- recognise what's involved in defining design options
- understand relevant considerations when analysing potential value
- identify activities involved in analyzing potential value
- recognise activities involved in preparing a solution recommendation
- apply what's involved in analyzing potential value and recommending a solution
- No special requirements or prerequisites, but general knowledge about business would facilitate learning.
The Requirements Architecture and Design Options is the 7th course of the Business Analysis Certification Program which includes a total of 14 courses.
This course is Part Two of Requirements Analysis and Design Definition. It covers the last three tasks, which are all related to creating a requirements architecture.
You develop a set of designs and analyze those to determine where the best value is. The final step is to develop the solution recommendation that represents the best design.
You can use this course to improve your business analysis knowledge and abilities and to obtain the certifications provided by the International Institute of Business Analysis.
Define Requirements Architecture
1. Requirements Architecture Overview
2. Define Requirements Architecture: Inputs and Elements
3. Define Requirements Architecture: Techniques
4. Exercise: Defining the Requirements Architecture
Define Design Options
1. Define Design Options: Inputs and Elements
2. Define Design Options: Guidelines and Techniques
3. Define Design Options: Stakeholders and Outputs
4. Exercise: Defining Design Options
Potential Value and Solutions
1. Analyze Potential Value: Inputs and Elements
2. Analyze Potential Value: Guidelines and Techniques
3. Recommend Solution: Elements and Outputs
4. Exercise: Creating RADD's Final Output
That’s it! Now go ahead and push that “Take this course” button and see you on the inside!
Who this course is for:
- Individuals ready to develop their business analysis skills, knowledge and behaviors as practicing business analysis professionals.
Sorin Dumitrascu is a man with many talents and a passion for helping others grow and develop. He has been involved in the development and delivery of courses on management, computer literacy, human resources, career development, and more for over 15 years.
Sorin is also a certified trainer and project manager, with a master's degree in International Relations and Policy Making as well as a bachelor's degree in Law and Public Administration. He has coordinated projects in the areas of rule of law, regional development, and human resources for over a decade.
Sorin has an extensive background in civil service, private sector and NGO work. He has more than 15 years of managerial experience in justice, corrections, internal affairs, training, project management and consultancy within the private sector and NGO.
Additionally, he is certified as an ICDL tester and trainer for United Nations Peacekeeping Missions and holds a professional degree in public management.