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This course provide a realistic overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does.
So what does a Business Analysis do? A Business Analysis helps businesses do business better. The person who carries out this task is called a business analyst or BA.
Business analysis work across all levels of an organization and identify business needs and determine solutions to business problems. Business analysis may be involved in everything from defining strategy, to creating the enterprise architecture, to taking a leadership role by defining the goals and requirements for programs and projects or supporting continuous improvement in its technology and processes.
Business Analysts skills are in demand. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a 20% job growth rate for Business Analysts is expected till 2024, and the outlook for the rest of the world should be higher still.
Join us as we take you through the foundations of business analysis tools and techniques. We will go over on how these skills as a business analysis are used to gather requirements and identify solutions to provide better business outcomes
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|Section 1: Getting Started|
downloadable supplementary material
|Section 2: Business Analysis Overview|
What is business analysis?Preview
Understanding what business analysts doPreview
The skills business analysts usePreview
The Business Analyst Mindset
|Section 3: Initiating the Project|
Initiation phase of the business analysis
Defining the business problem or opportunity
Defining the business objective
Capturing business information
Understanding the requirements
Exploring requirement types
|Section 4: Planning and Collecting Requirements|
Building the requirements plan
Interviewing to gather requirements
Producing business rules and requirement traceability
Building requirement traceability into the plan
Determining when you have enough requirements
Creating a requirements package
|Section 5: Validating and Controlling Your Requirements During Project Execution|
Verifying your requirements
Exploring requirement-verification techniques
Creating procedure manuals and documentation
Measuring verification activities
Developing project acceptance criteria
|Section 6: Implementing and Closing Your Project|
Testing project outcomes
Using testing techniques
Providing implementation support
Capturing lessons learned
|Section 7: Conclusion|
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