This Introduction to Business Analysis training course provides the essentials of the business analysis process, incorporating industry best practices from IIBA®, BCS, and Project Management. Through interactive workshops you will conduct a business needs analysis to elicit stakeholder requirements, apply business analysis techniques to identify key problems and potential opportunities in your enterprise and create effective requirements and communication plans. Improve your analytical competencies by analyzing and specifying requirements using industry best practices in this Introduction to Business Analysis course.
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Overview of the business analysis discipline
Introducing the business analysis process
Introducing strategy analysis
Identifying your stakeholders
Analyzing your stakeholders
Managing your stakeholders
Exploring business and technical options
Developing criteria and solutions
The structure of the business case
Analyzing costs and benefits
Planning the requirements communication process
Developing the requirements document
The elicitation process
Eliciting the requirements
Organizing and prioritizing requirements
Employing modeling techniques
Creating formal requirements documentation
Creating agile requirements documentation
Validating the requirements
Managing the written requirements
You will improve your analytical competencies by learning to apply a core business analysis framework by gathering and stakeholder management, allowing you to make a business case, providing solutions and valid outcomes.
Business Analysis Introduction: Defining Successful Projects will give you 17 PDUs.
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