schedule 01:30 PM - 02:15 PM place EN 313 (L100) people 66 Attending

Context is everything. Organisations can be extremely complex environments and quality software can be a critical enabler to cutting through the complexity. The question is, how do organisations understand, unpack and document that complexity in such a way that they know what software they need and how to build it? This is where business architecture and business process management can play a major role. This session will talk about using quality process models to document and understand organisational context and how value is delivered.

 
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Learning Outcome

1. You will learn basic business architecture techniques for defining and documenting context
2. You will learn to ask challenging questions
3. You wont think about breakfast the same way again

Target Audience

BAs, Testers, Projects Managers, Developers, Change Managers, Process Managers

Prerequisite

You do not need any prerequisite knowledge for this session to be valuable. It is a fun and light-hearted way to learn a new framework and way to think about organisations and the world around you.

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