Organization Modeling with UML
Why do we model an organization?
Organization models are the premier requirements for building software
systems based on the organization’s specifications. They are also used in
organization re-engineering in order to optimize processes, activities,
documentations, data structures and tune the organization based on its goals
Who should attend this course?
This course is designed for the managers, system analysts, organization
architects and policy devisers. It is also recommended for the experts in
fields of software, management and industrial engineering.
What does this course cover?
This course provides the participants with a subset of UML that
can be applied in architecting an organization. This subset of UML
is taught in a different viewpoint from the UML used in
software development. Finally basic concepts in organization models such as
organization and activity charts, human resource models, document resource
models and organization entities are discussed.
What are the goals of this course?
This course plans to show how UML can be applied in organization
modeling, helping to provide an accurate, complete and flexible
architecture for the organization.