Business Analyst Fundamentals

COURSE ID

GES-BAT
DURATION 30 hrs
DELIVERY METHOD Classroom Instructor-led training (CILT)
Online Instructor-led training ( OILT)

COURSE OVERVIEW Business analysis is a critical process that drives the project life cycle. This training allows you to obtain the skills required for effective business analysis including planning, gathering, communicating and documenting user requirements.
AUDIENCE Anyone interested in gaining a broad knowledge of the key tasks and techniques involved in business analysis.

Introduction to Business Analysis

    What is Business analysis?

    The role of business analyst

    Key roles and responsibilities of business analyst

    Business analysis and related disciplines

    Underlying competencies for business analyst

    Business Analysis and the Project Life Cycle
    Software Development Life Cycle

    SDLC Models

    SDLC and role of business analyst

    Enterprise Analysis
    Business goals and objectives

    Writing SMART goals/objectives

    Benchmarking

    SWOT analysis

    PEST analysis

    Business need definition

    Feasibility study

    Solution approach

    Problem or vision statement definition

    Business case definition

    Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

    Cost benefit analysis

    Planning and Monitoring of Business Analysis Activities
    Planning of the requirements management process

    Stakeholder analysis

    Complexity of stakeholder group

    Stakeholder attitude and influence

    RACI and stakeholder matrix

    Business analysis activities planning

    Functional decomposition

    Business analysis communication planning

    Impact of geography and cultural diversity on business analysis

    Communications formality

    Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM)

    Requirements attributes

    Requirements prioritization

    Change management process

    Requirements Elicitation
    Preparing for requirements elicitation

    Conducting elicitation activity

    Documenting and confirming elicitation results

    Elicitation techniques: document analysis, interview, JAD sessions, observation, requirements workshops, survey, document analysis, focus groups

    Requirements Management and Communication:
    Solution scope and requirements management

    Conflict and issue resolution

    Importance of sign-offs

    Re-using requirements

    Business Requirements Document (BRD)

    Business Requirements Specification (BRS)

    Requirements documents for vendor selection (RFP, RFQ, RFI)

    Requirements Analysis
    Requirements prioritization

    GAP analysis

    MOSCOW analysis

    Requirements organization and modeling

    Assumptions and Constraints

    Requirements verification and validation

    Solution Assessment and Validation
    Assessing of the proposed solution
    Defining of transition requirements
    Validating solution
    Quality Assurance basic terms
    Assessing defects and issues
    User acceptance testing
    Evaluating of solution performance

    Project Assignments based on Domain Interest

    UML [tool]using M.S Visio

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