An Agile Business Analyst plays a key role in the Agile project life cycle and has responsibilities that include coming up with feasible ideas, shaping the idea by providing adequate resources, mobilizing the team to achieve goals, building the product and finally implementing the product by supporting associated trainings.
This course gives you a complete lowdown on the roles and responsibilities of a business analyst in the agile context including basics such as User stories, backlogs, Kanban and queues, and all other fundamentals needed to run successful projects. On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from the course provider.
Key Topics Covered
- Introduction to Agile & the "Manifesto"
- The Agile BA mindset and what does Agile mean for Business Analysts
- Enterprise analysis and the roadmap
- Requirements analysis on Agile projects
- An introduction to the Agile Extension to the BABOK Guide
- Introduction to Scrum
- Backlogs/Sprint planning & Execution/Roles & Responsibilities/Techniques
- Extreme Programming (XP)
- User stories/Release planning & Execution/Roles & Responsibilities/Techniques
- Queues/The Kanban board/Roles & Responsibilities/Techniques
- Agile Estimation and Levels of Planning
- Agile Knowledge Areas mapped to the BABOK
- Agile Techniques including the application of Tools and Templates, including Business Capability Analysis/Personas/Value Stream Mapping
- Story decomposition, elaboration & mapping
- User stories and Storyboarding
- Backlog management/Value Definition/Kano analysis/MoSCoW prioritization
- Estimation/Planning workshops/Collaborative games/Retrospectives
- Agile Business Analysis elicitation techniques/ "lean" documentation
For more information about this training visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/42bmt9/4_day_course?w=4