Design Thinking Business Analysis

Design Thinking Business Analysis

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a€‹This book undertakes to marry the concepts of qConcept Mappingq with a qDesign Thinkingq approach in the context of business analysis. While in the past a lot of attention has been paid to the business process side, this book now focusses information quality and valuation, master data and hierarchy management, business rules automation and business semantics as examples for business innovation opportunities. The book shows how to take qBusiness Concept Mapsq further as information models for new IT paradigms. In a way this books redefines and extends business analysis towards solutions that can be described as business synthesis or business development. Business modellers, analysts and controllers, as well as enterprise information architects, will benefit from the intuitive modelling and designing approach presented in this book. The pragmatic and agile methods presented can be directly applied to improve the way organizations manage their business concepts and their relationships. qThis book is a great contribution to the information management community. It combines a theoretical foundation with practical methods for dealing with important problems. This is rare and very useful. Conceptual models that communicate business reality effectively require some degree of creative imagination. As such, they combine the results of business analysis with communication design, as is extensively covered in this book.q Dr. Malcolm Chisholm, President at Inc. a€œTruly understanding business requirements has always been a major stumbling block in business intelligence (BI) projects. In this book, Thomas Frisendal introduces a powerful techniquea€”business concept mappinga€”that creates a virtual mind-meld between business users and business analysts. Frisendal does a wonderful explaining and demonstrating how this tool can improve the outcome of BI and other development projects .q Wayne Eckerson, executive director, BI Leadership ForumIn the diagram above it looks more like a design decision not to model Location in detail, but just to provide a long text field ... UML class diagrams offer (at least) meta-constructs such as: a€c Association vs. aggregation vs. composition a€c Generalization, ... Simple Microsoft PowerPoint or Visio diagrams could be sufficient.

Title:Design Thinking Business Analysis
Author:Thomas Frisendal
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-09-26


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