Business Analysis with Examples
- 8 hours on-demand video
- 59 articles
- 14 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Skills required to become a Business Analyst.
- Introduction to Business Analysis
- Phases of Software Development Lifecycle
- Software Development Lifecycle - Support Teams
- Role of a Business Analyst in each Phase Of The Waterfall Methodology
- Base lining and the Requirements Walk through Process
- The Agile Methodology
- The Agile SCRUM Framework
- Scrum-User Stories
- Elements Of Scrum
- The SCRUM Product Owner
- Business Analysis Documentation
- Scope Creep
- Risk Management
- Overview Of Testing
- Role of a BA in User Acceptance Testing
- Stake Holder Analysis and Management
- Business Analysis Concepts and Jargon
- Unified Modeling Language (UML) - Use Case Diagram
- Unified Modeling Language (UML) - Use Case Description Template
- Unified Modeling Language (UML) - Activity Diagram
- Unified Modeling Language (UML) - Data Flow Diagram
- Unified Modeling Language (UML) - Sequence Diagram
- No technical knowledge required.
This training is put together for people who are exploring the possibility of business analysis as a career.
Our learning approach is designed in an innovative way. We have used the principles of micro-learning that includes short and smart videos that would keep you attentive and generate retention
In order to retain your attention, we will ask you to take a short quiz every 5 to 7 minutes during the training sessions based on what you’ve learned so far. You will see Examples, Mind Maps, dialogue simulations, screencasts and a lot of visuals for better retention of lessons.
There are several pieces of training out there for business analysis. But most of them are focused on teaching you the fundamentals or helping you get certified. We are not trying to replace those. Our training is geared towards making sure that you not only crack your first business analyst job interview but also hit the ground running on your first day of the project.
Why Business Analysis:
At one of our career events, a speaker gave an excellent analogy of Business Analysis as a career. She said that "working as a BA is like flying the F-16 at a Mach 2 over a boulder-strewn landscape, two meters off the ground. If you crash, it's just like a video game at the arcade, and you'll have more quarters and lives." Cool! The best jobs are the ones where you are flying the F-16, your pocket full of quarters, trying not to crash. Good Luck, it's going to be an exciting journey!!
- Aspiring Business Analysts, MBA Graduates, Computer Science Graduates.