The demand for experienced Business Analysts increases as the Business Analysis profession becomes more globally recognized and standardized, and employers acknowledge the value Business Analysts bring to their organizations. The Business Analyst plays an integral role within the business, uniting current industry knowledge, practical tools and techniques to deliver quality project solutions on time and within budget. Whether you are new to the profession or a seasoned Business Analyst, you will benefit from the knowledge and practical application of standard tools and techniques used in many industries today.
This 4-day course covers Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring, and Requirements Communication and Management knowledge areas from the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®). During this course, you will gain insight into the Business Analyst profession, the role Business Analysts play within an organization, the necessary skills required, and valuable applicable tools, techniques and methodologies for immediate use back on the job. This course focuses extensively on how to develop thorough requirements elicitation and management processes while providing you with the opportunity to practice effective oral and written communication, documentation and facilitation skills. You will identify and analyze BA project deliverables within the project lifecycle. In-class exercises will enable you to assimilate learning objectives.
This and related courses will help to prepare you for the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) designation.
This course is also known as Comprehensive Business Analysis Part I. It is based on the Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®.
Participants will gain practical skills to:
The Business Analysis: Planning, Monitoring and Communication course is appropriate for individuals who are:
There is no prerequisite for this course. It functions as a stand-alone course.
You will receive a course binder containing copies of presentation slides, case studies, exercises, and suggested solutions.
Introduction to Business Analysis
Introduction to Requirements
Stakeholder Analysis and Communication Strategy
Business Analysis Planning