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Business Analysis I

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Course Outline


Introduction of Business Analysis

  • Business Analysis Definition
  • The Role of the Business Analyst
  • Important Concepts in Business Analysis


Enterprise Analysis

  • Useful Sources of Information
  • Defining the Business Need 
  • Assessing Capability Gaps 
  • Determining Solution Approach
  • Defining Solution Scope
  • Business Case Definition 


Requirements Analysis

  • Prioritizing and Organizing Requirements
  • Specifying and Modeling Requirements 
  • Defining Assumptions and Constraints


Solution Selection and Implementation Planning

  • Assessing Proposed Solution 
  • Allocating Requirements
  • Assessing Organizational Readiness 
  • Defining Transition Requirements 
  • Identifying Solution Implementation Tasks
  • Estimating Time and Resources


Requirements Management & Communication 

  • Managing the Solution
  • Change Management
  • Management Presentation


​Techniques

  • Process Modeling
  • Stakeholder Interviews
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Scenarios and Use Cases
  • Force Field Analysis
  • Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria
  • Decision Analysis

​​​Description
A course of business analysis most important concepts and techniques with special attention on practicing them by working on real case studies throughout the course. From enterprise analysis, scope definition, requirements and specifications determination, to solution selection and organizational readiness assessment, the Business Analysis I course gives analysts and change agents a thorough understanding of the business analysis best practices based on IIBA standard.


Course Benefits 

Upon completion of the course participants will be able to:

  • Identify business needs and problems
  • Define the solution scope
  • Analyze stakeholder requirements
  • Develop solution requirements and specifications
  • Use the most important business analysis techniques


Who Should Attend
Business analysts, Programmers and  Developers, Project managers and coordinators, and Anyone who plays the role of a change agent

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  • 3 days 24 hrs course led by experts
  • Case studies and hands-on practice
  • Material includes guidebook, templates and exercises 
  • Course completion certificate
  • Master the art of business analysis
  • Manage and lead change for better results
  • IIBA Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™)