This course on business analysis will introduce you to the fundamentals of this practice and how to use it to define needs and recommend solutions to stakeholders.
This experiential course with in-depth practical exercises will help you understand the competencies expected from a business analyst including communications skills, interactive skills, analytical thinking and problem solving techniques.
You will also learn about the different models and their needs and methods of requirements gathering to make informed decisions.
What you will learn:
- The past, present and future of Business Analysis
- The techniques and tools that make up business analysis activities
- The responsibilities and competencies of a business analyst
- What are requirements, why are they important, how are they collected, and what analysis is required after elicitation
- RACI technique and business transformation
- The importance of stakeholder analysis and how to perform this task
You will also get:
- Comprehensive, downloadable courseware
- In-depth case studies for better retention
- Games and retrospectives to teach practical aspects
Key Topics Covered
- Who is a Business Analyst?
- What competences are expected from a Business Analyst?
- Range of Business Analysis Activity
- Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
- T-Shape Professional
- Communication Skills
- Interactive Skills
- The Business Analysis Path
- Business Analysis and Strategy
- The Balanced Scorecard
- Stakeholder Analysis
- Why Models
- The Deming Cycle
- Business Transformation
- Root Cause Analysis
- Document Analysis
- Data Dictionary and Glossary
- Governance Agreements
- Requirements Gathering
- Requirement Analysis
- Surveys and Questionnaires
- User Stories
- Five Whys
- Origin of the 5 Whys
- Focus Group
- Requirements Workshops
- Lessons Learned
On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate.
For more information about this training visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/88gzks/4_day_course?w=4