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Business Analysis for the IT (Any) Professional

  • Course Code: Catalogs - Business Analysis for the IT (Any) Professional
  • Course Dates: Contact us to schedule.
  • Course Category: Leadership Duration: 4 Days Audience: New business analysts; Experienced business analysts looking to update their skills and understanding of their role; Project managers who incorporate business analysis roles in their projects; Managers that have business analysts on their staff

The business analyst role has evolved from that of a business procedures analyst to that of a business liaison between the non-technical user community and the technical solution providers. This course provides proactive, introductory coverage of the knowledge and skills essential to business analysts today and the foreseeable future. 

Duration: 4 days 

PMI PDU credits: 28 IIBA CDU credits: 28 Prerequisites: None 

Who should attend: 

 New business analysts 

 Experienced business analysts looking to update their skills and understanding of their role 

 Project managers who incorporate business analysis roles in their projects 

 Managers that have business analysts on their staff 

What you will accomplish

 Describe the relation between projects and processes 

 Best practices described in the A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) and other industry leaders 

 Describe three major project development methodologies 

 Discuss the basics of enterprise analysis and its impact on project selection 

 Learn the communications processes and how they can impact project requirements 

 Determine each participant’s communications style (BEST profile) and how that understanding can help in eliciting requirements 

 Gather and document user requirements using the following techniques 

  • Interviews 
  • Collaborative sessions 
  • Prototyping 
  • Using the Work Breakdown Structure 
  • Use case basics 
  • Business process analysis 

 Modeling the business 

 Fundamentals of Process Modeling 

 Requirements validation through Data Modeling 

 Testing fundamentals and quality assurance 

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