Master Strategy Techniques to be the Analyst Rock Star
What you'll 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?
- Some business experience would be advisable, but not necessary
Last Update: 24th May, 2020
Within this course, 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.
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Who this course is for:
- Those who are interested in Business Analysis with an emphasis on strategy
My journey started in Los Angeles but moved on to different venues after becoming an adult. My first trip to Europe was at 19, and it changed the direction my life would take.
After finishing university, I moved to Berlin but in an unconventional way. I bought a one-way ticket to Hong Kong, not knowing how I would get to Berlin. China had just opened up the borders to individual tourists, so I ended up taking the Trans Siberian Railway through the Soviet Union, Poland, and then eventually West Berlin.
The goal was to stay only for 6 months. 2 years later, I moved from West Berlin to Vienna, where I eventually married a Viennese. We are in year 34 and counting.
We moved back to the US, where I started a career in customer service. Those learnings about customer satisfaction are still very much ingrained in me today.
We came back to Vienna right before the Berlin Wall fell, and it's been my home since. My career moved onto Project Management, Product Management, and Business Analysis, and I worked for different multi-national companies.
I felt that something was still missing, so I set up my own company 8 years ago and have ventured onto activities that I couldn't have imagined beforehand. There is one common thread in all I have done. I love helping people and enjoy making a difference in any way I can. This, simply, has been my driver.
In addition, I have been involved in the world of academia for over a year in teaching this course as well as a number of others. There is nothing more satisfying than helping people reach their potential.