IQBBA Certified Foundation Level Business Analyst (CFLBA)
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IQBBA Certified Foundation Level Business Analyst (CFLBA)

Be an IQBBA certified business analyst and Learn the basics of Software Business Analysis and Requirements Engineering
4.3 (707 ratings)
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Last updated 3/2018
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This course includes
  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • How to effectively elicit requirements from users who may not actually know what they need
  • How to sort the “needs” from the “wants” on time-critical projects
  • How to document requirements in a readable, yet usable format
  • How to reduce requirement maintenance time by using effective analysis techniques
  • How to work effectively with the development team as they explore the requirements
  • How to ensure that testing aligns with the original intention of the requirement
  • How to help a set of users through the process of user acceptance testing
Requirements
  • Desirable experience in defining a computerized system (expression of need, general specifications).
Description

At the beginning of each IT project there is always a business need. 

Improving or automating business processes, extending a software system’s functionality, opening new access channels for customers – these are examples of various business needs creating a fundaments for an IT project. Each business need has to be explored, analyzed and converted into a solution.

This is the field for a Business Analyst. The success of the project depends on the skills and experience of the Business Analyst – to collect concrete requirements and model them into a solution, specific competences are necessary.

The Foundation level business analyst certification forms a base for a today’s key qualification in the business analysis field. The acquired knowledge assures a proficiency in definitions and background about business processes modeling and improving, collecting and analyzing requirements, designing business solutions and working in the area of innovation.

The primary focus of the Foundation level business analyst certification is put on common rules and standards used in business analysis. An additional topic is innovation and design as a major means of building competitive advantage.

If you ready to do a great job as a business analyst, IQBBA business analyst certification is ready to help you build your career and your company.

"This material is not accredited with the IQBBA". 


Who this course is for:
  • Business Analysts
  • Product Owners
  • Product Managers
  • Software Practitioners
  • Requirements engineers
Course content
Expand all 75 lectures 07:34:35
+ Fundamentals of Business Analysis
7 lectures 40:03
What is a Business Analyst?
06:05
Objectives of Business Analysis
02:00
Business Analysis in Different Phases of the Software Life Cycle
07:26
What are Requirements?
06:52
Traceability and other Artifacts
03:31
Fundamentals of Business Analysis
10 questions
+ Enterprise Analysis
7 lectures 48:31
Stakeholder Identification and Analysis
11:49
Enterprise Analysis
08:51
Business Goals
07:01
Business Needs
02:35
The Business Case
09:26
Solution Scope
03:14
Sample Solution Scope
05:35
Enterprise Analysis
10 questions
+ Business Analysis Process Planning
10 lectures 58:09
Business Analysis Process Planning
05:25
Business Analysis Deliverables
05:31
Business Analysis Communication Planning
03:49
Requirements Management Process Planning
07:04
Additional Aspects of Requirements Management
08:40
Configuration Management
04:25
Change Management
03:29
Change Life Cycle
02:30
Change Control Board (CCB)
04:24
Tools and Techniques Selection
12:52
Business Analysis Process Planning
10 questions
+ Elicitation
11 lectures 01:17:24
The Concept of Requirements Elicitation
06:50
Requirements Elicitation Techniques
09:35
Functional and Non-Functional Requirements
03:33
Requirements Scope Management
12:15
Requirements Traceability
06:14
Requirements Documentation
04:59
Standard Contents for Requirements Document
06:58
Common Mistakes in Requirements Documentation
03:58
Communication
11:31
Requirements Acceptance
02:47
Standards
08:44
Requirements Elicitation
10 questions
+ Requirements Analysis
11 lectures 01:10:56
Introduction
05:03
Requirements Organization
04:22
Decomposition
09:13
The Concept of Modeling
07:21
Business Process Modeling
04:16
UML
05:21
GUI Prototyping
03:09
Key Principles for Successful Requirements
05:33
Defining Assumptions and Constraints
08:59
Validation and Verification
05:53
Quality Assurance
11:46
Requirements Analysis
10 questions
+ Solution Validation
2 lectures 14:04
Solution Assessment
07:19
Solution Validation
06:45
Solution Validation
10 questions
+ Tools and Techniques
12 lectures 50:57
Tools and Techniques Introduction
03:04
Requirements Management Tools
04:17
Modeling Tools
03:02
Other Tools
07:50
Process Simulation Tools
04:47
MOST and PESTLE
05:00
SWOT
03:19
CATWOE
03:08
Five Whys
04:16
MoSCoW
03:25
Six Thinking Hats
03:37
VPECT
05:12
Tools and Techniques
10 questions
+ Competencies
4 lectures 20:00
Domain Knowledge
05:45
Negotiation
03:36
Communication Skills
03:50
Facilitation Skills
06:49
Competencies
10 questions
+ Process Improvement
3 lectures 22:28
Process Improvement
09:50
Business Process Improvement
05:16
Process Simulation and ReDesign
07:22
Process Improvement
10 questions
+ Innovation, Design and the Customer
8 lectures 52:03
Role of the Innovation
07:36
Innovation
07:23
Competition and Market Research
07:28
Design Thinking
06:57
Basic Methods, Tools and Techniques Part 1
08:03
Basic Methods, Tools and Techniques Part 2
06:49
Sample Personas in the Innovation Process
04:54
Working with the Final User
02:53
Innovation, Design and the Customer
10 questions