Roles and Activities > Analyst Role Set > Business Designer > Detail a Business Worker

  • Detail the responsibilities of a business worker.
Input Artifacts: Resulting Artifacts:
Role: Business Designer
Tool Mentors:

Workflow Details:

Determine Areas of Responsibility To top of page

Make sure you have access to descriptions of all workflows in which the business worker participates. Also, you may need descriptions of business workers with which this business worker communicates, as well as business entities accessed.

Decide the business worker’s areas of responsibilities within each business use-case realization. Briefly describe each responsibility in the business worker’s responsibility section.

Write step-by-step instructions for each operation that describe what the person acting as the business worker should do.

Define Operations To top of page

On the basis of what the business worker does in each business use-case realizations, decide what operations the business worker should perform. A business worker can have one or more operations for each area of responsibility. Briefly describe each operation.

Finalize the responsibility description and explain how all operations are related, including the business worker’s lifecycle. Also, describe how the business worker should prioritize among the operations.

See also Guidelines: Business Worker.

Define Attributes To top of page

Identify and describe the attributes of the business worker, based on the business worker’s operations.

See also Guidelines: Business Worker.

Describe Competence Requirements To top of page

Describe what competence the business worker must have, or what the collection of people acting as this business worker must have.

Evaluate Your Results To top of page

Review and discuss the business worker with other members of the team and appropriate stakeholders, so that they have a clear understanding of the business worker and agree on its description.

See Guidelines: Business Worker and checkpoints for business workers in Activity: Review Business Object Model.

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