Process models and use cases are two interactive business analysis tools that can help teams build easy-to-use, high-performing systems and more effectively communicate. CPED As a project manager, pleasing stakeholders and making a project successful are often your main objectives, but getting there isn’t always a straightforward path. Process models and use cases are two interactive business analysis tools that can help teams build easy-to-use, high-performing systems and more effectively communicate. Learning techniques to solve complex problems could save you time, money, resources, and maybe a few headaches. Developing Process Models and Use Cases (Online) instructor Joe Goss has written several articles to help you learn the basics of these tools.
Joe Goss has been the instructor for Developing Process Models and Use Cases at the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development since 2012.
A use case has been described as a formalized story that illustrates how someone procedurally interacts with an existing or proposed system.
Each operational process in your organization has rules as well. There are policies, guidelines, and restrictions that govern behavior in every operational process.
Agile can help your team get a good start on developing use cases or process flows.
While declarative requirement statements may capture the “information the solution will manage,” they don’t capture the behavior. Process modeling can help close those gaps.