Максимов Михаил Андреевич
Ведущий аналитик/Продакт - СБЕР
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Talks (3)
  • 31.03.2022
    How to build, manage and use a knowledge base for analysts

    The world is changing. Products and systems are becoming more complex. The number of people involved in the development and support of products and systems is increasing. Communication becomes more complicated, the value of the overall systemic picture and vision increases.

    It's good to have a solid foundation to lean on during this difficult time. This foundation can be the knowledge base of your product or a system. But it will be even more valuable to have a knowledge base for a collection of products and systems to see dependencies and identify risks and limitations in a timely manner.

    We will figure out how to form a knowledge base, and most importantly, how to maintain it and what you should pay attention to when designing it.

    • Average
    • 1h 30 min
    • Analyst Days / 14
  • 31.08.2021
    Use case or User story? Come on, get over here - Take all at once.

    When choosing an approach to requirements management, the question often arises of what to use the good old use cases with an application in the form of UML or trendy-youthful user stories with their focus on the user and maximum simplicity in order to move on to development as soon as possible. Let's talk about how you can combine these approaches, and along the way build a normal process for managing requirements and updating the knowledge base.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 13
  • 31.01.2021
    Conceptual and logical models are the key to effective communication. What about data analysts?

    The data-driven approach is fundamentally changing the IT sphere and has a strong impact on the analyst's work, shaping new requirements for this role. At the same time, business analysis and systems analysis has proven techniques that allow you to manage and structure information. One of these techniques is the modelling of conceptual and logical information models, as well as the traces between them. 

    The talk highlights the key issues in the application of this technique: 

    • to synchronize business customers and form a single semantic field (including a glossary); 
    • to formalize interaction with system architects; 
    • to form the structure of the knowledge base and the distribution of areas of responsibility.

    The talk also contains a description of the practical application of the described technique and the results achieved.

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • Analyst Days / 12
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