How to use context models for: project initiation and scope definition, to determine the scope of analysis, to divide business analysis work among team members.
Top ten posts on Why Change blog in 2021 with links.
This post explains how and when to use a decision tree to capture business rules, and how to create one. A "how to" video included.
Learn more about these go-to models to start a business architecture engagement: capability model, context model, business model canvas, business use cases diagram.
A conceptual data model is a structured business view of the data required to support business processes, record business events, and track related performance measures. The main elements of the conceptual model Entity: is a person, organization, object, or concept…
The use case diagram is not dead. In fact, business people love it. It’s simple, clear and business-friendly. It has three self-explanatory elements – the boundary, the actors and the use cases. Without getting into specifics of relationships such as…
Best practices for creating concise business models and diagrams - focus on cimplicity and creating a shared understnading