- Discover the real business needs, and find the right solution on how to improve the business.
- Define and analyze customer segments and how to write a value proposition that clarifies the intention of the business change.
- Define a project so that it yields real benefits and write correct business stories.
- Innovative and find the best solutions to improve your client’s business by becoming an improved business analyst.
Business analysis is the foundation of automated system development and meaningful business change. This means uncovering the real business problem, and then crafting its optimal solution. Determine that there is a real and tangible value to be had from any proposed solution. Find the real scope of the business problem, of determining the challenges faced by the customer segments, and designing innovative, appropriate and beneficial solutions. In short, good business analysis ensures that the right systems are built, the right changes are made, and the owner or sponsor receives the optimal value for the development effort. Business analysis is work study and modelling, systemic thinking, innovating, writing stories, persuading and several other analytical skills. This course gives you the tools, the thinking and communicating skills, and the process for successful business analysis.
Who Should Attend
While we believe that business analysis is almost everyone’s job—every employee has some responsibility for effective business improvement—the most likely job titles you would find at this course are, Business Analysts, Product Owners, Systems Analysts, Project Leaders, Requirement Engineers, and Product or Program Managers. We also find Business Stakeholders, Users and Software Customers benefit from learning advanced business analysis techniques, and how they can contribute to the organization’s well being.
Earn 16 Professional Development (PD) hours from the IIBA® (IIBA®, the IIBA® logo, BABOK® and Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® are registered trademarks owned by International Institute of Business Analysis.These trademarks are used with the express permission of International Institute of Business Analysis.) It provides material and skills relevant to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK™) version 3.0.