Comprehensive Business Analysis - Part 2: Elicitation, Documentation, and Analysis

Comprehensive Business Analysis - Part 2: Elicitation, Documentation, and Analysis

28 PDUs / Contact Hours: 14 Technical | 7 Leadership | 7 Strategy

You will learn specific business analysis tools and techniques in this 4-day course. The use of templates will help you quickly grasp the concepts. You will also learn how to write more effectively, which leads to well-defined, clear business documents. This course also focuses extensively on how to identify and develop metrics to complete your analysis and also covers some general business analysis skills such as documentation, facilitation, and methodology definition. For those preparing for the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) designation this will help to prepare you for the CBAP® exam. This course is based on the Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge version 3.0.

Learn to:

  • identify advantages and disadvantages of different elicitation techniques elicit requirements using 8 different techniques.
  • design and develop 7 types of process models using appropriate notation symbols.
  • identify advantages and disadvantages of different documentation techniques.
  • document requirements using 11 documentation techniques.
  • recognize and utilize 6 different modeling techniques.
  • organize and prioritize requirements.
  • create and present a requirement package.

Prerequisite: Comprehensive Business Analysis – Part 1: Planning and Communication. (If you have at least 5 years’ experience as a business analyst with prior exposure to business analysis, requirements planning, stakeholder analysis, and writing requirements you can attend this course without the prerequisite.)

Note:

  • This course conforms to the internationally recognized standards of the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA®). You will receive 28 Continuing Development Units (CDUs) upon completion.
  • This course also conforms to the internationally recognized standards of the Project Management Institute (PMI®). You will receive Professional Development Units (28 PDUs) upon completion and electronic course notes.
  • Purchasing a print or electronic copy of the BABOK, if desired, is the responsibility of the client.

May be applied to the Business Analysis Certificate

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