Ruangan IT

Business and Systems Analysis - BASA2
Two Certificates in one Program.
Venue: Hotel ARMADA, Petaling Jaya (Asia Jaya LRT)
Date : 11-13th April 2011
The course with the most ROI for you!
Earn 2 certificates :
1. MNCC certificate in Business Systems Analysis Modeling (BSAM)
MNCC is the Malaysian National Computing Confederation, the oldest professional IT organisation in Malaysia
with National status.
2. APMG UK certification in OBASHI methodology (OBASHI).
APMG is the international certification body based in the UK, and responsible for famous worldwide certifications
like PRINCE2, ITIL and ISO20000.
Today, few things are more useful for your career and your organisation than you learning how to better integrate IT with
Business knowledge and skills. This is the one course that will start you on the way to being able to comfortably deal with
both business management/user and IT management/staff, no matter which side you are currently working on at the moment.
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Why you and your staff need this course.
There has always been a noticeable gap between the requirements of the business and the perceived ability of IT to deliver on
time and on budget, to the satisfaction of both parties. We are now in the “transition stage” of the evolution of IT and of
business. This problem must be tackled, and we need to do it NOW in order to remain relevant.
OBASHI methodology in brief
"With Clarity and Vision, you can develop and improve".
OBASHI is a methodology, a way of thinking that will help you create a visual map that show
How your business works,
The actual assets that make it work,
The interdependencies between the business and IT assets.
The methodology allows you to anticipate issues and challenges which can prevent, or can help a
business achieving its goals.
The BASA course teaches the OBASHI methodology as a real methodology that you can learn quickly
and that you can get an internationally recognised certification (via optional external exam). After this,
you can, if your organisation so chooses, easily pick up other methodologies.
Quote from Prof Jim Norton, former Senior Policy Advisor e-business & e-
Government, UK Institute of Directors -
"... it address directly the key issues behind the underperformance of ICT enabled
business change. I commend it to you".
BSAM (Business and Systems Analysis Modeling) in brief.
Modeling is the basis of all kinds of analysis.
Think of the ubiquitous spreadsheet (eg MS Office Excel). It is used by almost everyone to do "what-if"
analysis on numbers. For example, "What if I increase my selling price by five percent; will this result in
higher or lower expected profits?". We just don't normally think of the task as modeling. Business
analysis also perform "what-if", although it will require a lot more tools/techniques than the
spreadsheet. How do you know that you have considered most, if not all, the user requirements -
especially if they did not tell you most of it? Modeling!
We need to be able to ask, and to answer, questions like "What if we put this application on the cloud; in
what way will our systems need to change?". or "If we go ahead with the proposed change in company policy, what work is required by IT, and what is the impact on
the companys business operations in terms of people.

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