The business world is demanding faster change, the ability to adapt and solutions that are fit for purpose. As a Business Analyst, you're counted on for your skills as a conceptual and practical thinker, a relationship builder, and a translator. You're relied upon to identify and describe the change required to address business issues. Sometimes there are problems that require a fix, opportunities that need to be realised or situations where the business simply doesn't know but is prepared to "give it a go" and experiment to gain insights to what it should do next.
In this course, you'll be introduced to a series of context aware, business focussed approaches that you can apply to:
Designed and delivered by our Equinox IT team of practicing Business Analysts, this course covers how to structure your analysis activities based on the context and the issue at hand to describe requirements that fully represent the change required.
Overview and concepts
Discover – understanding context.
Focus topic: Elicitation –gathering information and understanding
Define – understanding the change required
Scope – understanding priority and value
Focus topic: Workshop Facilitation–gaining consensus
Deliver – packaging for delivery
Focus topic: Communication – telling the story
The primary audience for this course is business analysts, systems analysts and enterprise analysts of all experience levels. The course will also be of value to any project team members involved in requirements definition activities.
There are no prerequisites for this course. However, some experience in Business Analysis will help.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to;
This course aligns with the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge v3.0®.
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