Business Analyst: The Business Case Justification Composer
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Business Analyst: The Business Case Justification Composer

How to be a trusted advisor within your organization by identifying the transformation and pinpointing the best solution
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Created by Michael Boyle
Last updated 9/2017
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What Will I Learn?
  • * All things tied to feasibility of the proposed future state
  • * Competition, strategy and approach
  • * Various organizational tools and techniques
  • * Needs as the basis of both requirements and solutions
  • * How many solutions, and which one is the best?
  • * What the basic components of a business case are
  • * Justification for the right decision
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Description

In Business Analysis 103, we look at all the strategic Business Analysis tools that are imperative for a BA. What is a feasibility study and what tools can you use to complete it properly? Do you know what a latent requirement is and what Porter’s 5 Forces are? Not only are these subjects covered, we describe what they mean to you as a Business Analyst. Are all these techniques used on their own? We give you real-life examples how we have used then throughout our careers. We close Business Analysis 103 by taking an in-depth look at what a business case is all about, how we evaluate solutions and how the final decision is based on processes that ensure quality. That’s Business Analysis 103.

Who is the target audience?
  • Those who are interested in Business Analysis with an emphasis on strategy
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Curriculum For This Course
36 Lectures
02:58:21
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Introduction
36 Lectures 02:58:21

2. Impact Analysis
05:18

3. Organizational Modeling
08:55

4. The Organizational Modeling Postscript
09:50


6. Feasibility Study
05:38

7. Capability and Capacity Analysis
07:23

8. Gap Analysis
05:54

9. Porter's Five Forces
04:28

10. Business Model Canvas
06:14

11. CATWOE Analysis
03:33

12. Customer Journey and Customer Touchpoints
06:47

13. Customer Journey Postscript
03:44

14. Sensitivity Analysis (What if)
04:34

15. Kano Model
03:51


17. Six Thinking Hats
04:46

18. Crowdsourcing
05:22

19. Power Law
04:34

20. Solution Assessment
02:30

21. Risk Analysis
05:05

22. SWOT Analysis
04:49

23. Vendor Assessment
07:44

24. Business Case
07:54

25. Business Case Relation to Strategy
05:42

26. Cost-Benefit Analysis
02:05

27. Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
03:38

28. Return On Investment (ROI)
02:24

29. Net Present Value (NPV)
03:30

30. Payback Period (PBP)
03:46

31. Cost of Quality
04:51

32. Decision Analysis
04:02

33. Decision Quality
05:11

34. Decision Tables and Decision Trees
03:46

35. Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria
05:08

36. Validation and Sign Off
03:41
About the Instructor
Michael Boyle
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MD Procurro Solutions GmbH

Acting very often as the bridge between the business and IT, Michael has thrived in working for various global organizations, allowing for the opportunity to work with people on 5 continents. Michael heads Procurro Solutions, an organization focusing on Agile Frameworks and Frugal Innovation for both medium and large-sized multinational organizations. Michael loves to build and flourishes under uncertainty; he excels in addressing the most wicked of problems with the intention of coming up with solution that addresses the root cause and is acceptable for all key stakeholders.