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Business Motivation Modelling with Sparx Enterprise Architect (1 day)

Overview

OMG Business Motivation Modelling provides an effective way to capture the expectations and decisions of C-level executives, as well as the key constrains and regulations. Conducting BMM is perhaps the toughest test for a Modeller: to be successful, Business Motivation Model should be partially owned by high-level executives of the enterprise, the category of people that are usually very far from visual modelling. However, when implemented correctly, Business Motivation Modelling can:

  • Establish effective communication with enterprise decision-makers;
  • Deliver and validate Business-IT alignment;
  • Enables highly effective project prioritization, justification and progress assessment;
  • Provide a platform for justifying, choosing and guiding SOA implementation;
  • Gain sponsorship for a major transformation undertaking;
  • Add strategic angle to Business Analysis activities.

Audience

The course is recommended to:

  • Enterprise Architects
  • Business Architects Solution Architects
  • Business Strategy Specialists
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Leaders

Content

  • Introduction to Business Motivation Modelling, and its place in Strategic Planning, Architecture and Solution Development;
  • Sparx Enterprise Architect Software; Using Sparx Enterprise Architect for Business Motivation Modelling;
  • Modelling Business Context – identifying the key internal and external parts of the overall environment
  • Capturing and Clarifying Strategic Vision and Mission; Working with Ends and Means to achieve clarity of presentation;
  • Identifying and assessing Influences; Conducting SWOT analysis against Ends and Means;
  • Delivering outcome from Business Motivation Model: Business Process Impact, Business Rules and Business Policies;
  • Translating Business Motivation Model into project business case; Using BMM to justify and drive SOA implementation.

 

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