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This is an IIBA Endorsed Education Course. See below for details on PDUs.
Why do more than 50% of projects fail to meet their original objectives? Why do we continue to see the number of troubled and canceled projects on the rise? According to PMI`s 2014 Pulse of the Profession® In-Depth Report, 47% of failed projects fail to meet goals due to poor requirements management . With a strong correlation between poor requirements practices, failed projects, and wasted dollars; organizations can no longer afford to accept mediocre business analysis skills from those fulfilling the business analysis role.
This course provides students a clear understanding and total immersion into all of the facets of the business analyst role, including a thorough walkthrough of the various domain/knowledge areas that comprise the business analysis profession. Students are provided an opportunity to try their hand at several business analysis techniques for eliciting, analyzing, and modeling requirements. The business analysis work performed in strategy analysis and solution evaluation, which is most often the least familiar to business analysts, is thoroughly presented and explored. Students completing this course will be well equipped with new skills and knowledge that can be immediately applied on current and future projects.
This course intends to provide beginner and intermediate students a total immersion into the business analyst role by exposing attendees to the various aspects of the business analysis profession and numerous techniques to allow them to improve elicitation, analysis, and documentation of requirements.
This course is compliant with IIBA`s Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK® Guide) version 3 and is aligned with and upholds the practices as discussed in PMI`s Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practice Guide.
IIBA Endorsed Course:
Section 1: Introduction to Business Analysis
Section 2: A Closer Look at the Business Analyst Role
Section 3: Strategy Analysis and Change
Section 4: Defining a Change Strategy
Section 5: Stakeholder Analysis
Section 6: Understanding and Defining Solution Scope
Section 7: Understanding Requirements
Section 8: Business Process Modeling
Section 9: Preparing for Requirements Elicitation
Section 10: Elicitation using Interviews and Workshops
Section 11: Confirming Elicitation Results
Section 12: Analyzing Requirements with Use Cases
Section 12 (cont`d): Documenting Requirements
Section 13: Documenting Requirements
Section 14: Managing and Communicating Business Analysis Information
Section 15: Evaluating the Solution
Section 16: Additional Information
No prerequisites - This course is suitable for both beginner and intermediate business analysts who would like to increase their skills in order to better elicit, analyze, write and effectively manage requirements for their projects.
This course is intended for beginner to intermediate business analysts who are looking to improve their skills by learning best practices and techniques for eliciting, analyzing, documenting, validating, and communicating requirements.
4 Days Course