"One will not go far wrong if one attributes extreme actions to vanity, average ones to habit, and petty ones to fear."
Friedrich Nietzsche

Process Design is a structured approach that has proven to be effective, economical, and enjoyable in creating good software design.
Without good design, resulting systems may have poor reliability (not meeting functional specs), poor efficiency (not meeting performance specs), and poor maintainability (expensive to change).

Software design occurs in three main stages:

  • Architectural Design
  • Structured Process Design
  • Detailed Logic (Algorithm) Design
Advanced Strategies offers courses covering all three stages. Overview of Process Design outlines the second stage with emphasis on the effective use of functional decomposition and structure charts.

Course Outcomes:
Students of Advanced Strategies’ Overview of Process Design Course will return to work:

  1. Understanding, at the overview level, the process for creating high quality designs
  2. Able to read and use structure charts.
  3. Comprehending the process design vocabulary

Course Outline:

  1. Introduction to Design
  2. Structured Process Design and Quality
  3. Product Characteristics
  4. Process Characteristics
  5. Models and Instruments
  6. Structure Charts

Who Should Attend:
This course is targeted for Business Analysts who are creating business process models that will be transformed by other members of their team.

Course Prerequisites:
Business Process Analysis - Optimizing the "To-Be"

Course Duration:
One Day

Class Availability: Request It Now!

Materials Provided:
Student Workbook

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