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Topics Covered

distinguishing between typical ba projects
  • Agile
  • Business intelligence
  • Information technology
  • Business architecture
  • Business process
  • Determining the role and focus of BA based on project type
identifying underlying competencies
  • Recognizing behavioral and thinking paradigms
  • Highlighting communication and interaction skills
describing key components
  • Establishing the vocabulary
  • Stakeholders
  • Requirements
  • Designs
Researching the business organization in context to new change
  • Performing situational state analysis: current vs. future
  • Listing the business drivers and the problem/opportunity
Understanding analytical methodologies and approaches
  • Defining and analyzing potential adverse events
  • Carrying out an enterprise readiness assessment
  • SWOT
  • KPIs
  • Functional decomposition
Choosing a BA approach and establishing governance
  • Predictive vs. adaptive
  • Level of formality
  • Timing
  • Documenting and communicating requirements changes
Understanding the community of stakeholders
  • Conducting a stakeholder analysis
  • Communicating: details, frequency, modality
  • Personas
  • Rules analysis
  • Organizational modeling
Preparing and conducting elicitation sessions
  • Developing an elicitation activity plan
  • Collaboration
  • Research
  • Experiments
Capturing accurate and consistent information
  • Comparing elicitation results to sources
  • Ensuring a shared understanding of information
  • Brainstorming
  • Interviews
  • Stakeholder maps
Specifying and modeling requirements and designs
  • Creating matrices and diagrams
  • Collecting and representing attributes
  • Implementing appropriate levels of abstraction
  • Process modeling
  • Sequence diagrams
  • State modeling
Structuring and organizing requirements and designs
  • Illustrating flows of inputs, information, and outputs
  • Checking for correctness and completeness
  • Evaluating against solution scope
  • Verifying and validating specified and modeled requirements
  • Use cases
  • Data flow diagrams
  • Non-functional analysis
Defining types and deriving relationships
  • Finding relationships between requirements
  • Choosing prioritization criteria and requirements states
Approving requirements and designs
  • Managing conflicts and issues
  • Gaining consensus and communicating approval
  • Item tracking
  • Workshops
  • Acceptance and evaluation criteria
Determining if what was specified solves the business problem
  • Recording and applying solution performance measurements
  • Identifying and analyzing limitations in the solution and the enterprise
Recommending alternatives and actions to increase value
  • Listing and understanding external and internal factors
  • Considering solution replacement or retirement
  • Decision analysis
  • Organizational modeling
  • Risk analysis
Foundation concepts
  • Controlled Start: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
    • Controlled Start: Strategy Analysis
business analysis
  • Duration: 5 weeks course (50 Hours)
  • (2 hours daily, 5 days a week)
  • Description of the Course: 5 weeks course aimed at providing training in Business Analysis.
  • Prerequisite: High school diploma, TASC, GED
  • Cost for Training: $1000
  • Books Cost: $100 optional, student can purchase books

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