Model design process

Occasional Contributor

Model design process

Can anyone help in guiding me whether my order of front-to-back model design process?


1. Document the business process

2. Determine the modules needed in the model 

3. Identify the dimensions needed for each module 

4. Design the user experience 

5. Map the user and data workflow



Occasional Contributor

Still struggling with this. I didn't find the video helpful. Any other suggestions or resources?


I am also struggling to find the video useful in determining the correct order.  I've also read the document that comes with the training and seemingly can't get the right order based on the the way the document is written.  I passed the sprint 2 exam however I missed this question both (4) times after watching the video three times.  Perhaps its a trick question?  😃

Occasional Contributor

I just passed the sprint 2 exam but didn't get that question right in any attempts. 

We'll see what sprint 3 brings.

Regular Contributor

I agree, I've watched the front to back implementation process video a number of times and still don't get the right answer.  I can justify my answer each time, this is one of the disadvantages of online vs instructor led training - no ability to debate\discuss.  Anyway as you say I've passed the exam so lets see what sprint 3 brings.

Occasional Contributor

Yes. It's not worded in the same way at all, and I feel that it's open to interpretation. The fact that people are having trouble with it speaks for itself. I feel sorry for people without English as their first language.

I got it right at the 4th attempt, and feel lucky to have done so.

Occasional Contributor

Ok...Then What was the correct sequence according to you ??

New Contributor


Please review the video and do it like back to front you will get the answer.


New Contributor

Its incredibly annoying you or anyone else didn't list out the correct order for this question. Its obvious that it's a terribly worded question and doesn't follow the same wording as the video at all. I'm about to fail this exam and someone from Anaplan should've either provided this answer or swapped it out with a better question, or re worded it to properly fit the video.