Business analysis is the discipline of identifying business needs and requirements, and designing and executing solutions to business problems. This introductory course provides a wide-ranging overview of the principles and concepts of business analysis, with a focus on the following six areas: needs assessment, stakeholder engagement, requirements elicitation, requirements analysis, requirements tracing and monitoring, and solution evaluation.
Cover the common stages of a business analysis project. Learn the terminology, tools and techniques utilized by a business analyst. This course also considers the place of business analysis and product development life cycles within the greater scheme of project life cycle management.
- Explain the general concepts of business analysis and its strategic importance
- Discuss the role of the business analyst in different organizations and identify skills needed
- Describe the concept of requirements and identify the various types of analysis
- Create a needs assessment and roadmap to the future state
- Analyze current capabilities, design future state options, and recommend the best option for implementation
- Identify and engage with stakeholders to prepare them for the transition to the future state
- Define requirements elicitation and outline the elicitation process
- Employ analysis tools and techniques to refine requirements in order to validate, verify, and prioritize requirements and essential product information
- Manage changes, linkages, and dependencies related to requirements
- Evaluate the solution to determine business value and the product's fitness for release
Upon registering, you have (180) days to complete the course.
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(Participate anytime day or evening)
Course Hours: 25 Hours
This workshop is offered through our continuing education online partner.