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This 2-day course is appropriate for anyone that needs to learn how to scope project solutions and elicit requirements. You will learn what it takes to scope the efforts of Business Analysis for a given project. Additionally, participants will learn how to use several techniques to elicit requirements from stakeholders, how to engage them and move the project forward with the information received.
Instructor: Jen Battan
This 2-day course will earn 14 Professional Development hours that can be used towards meeting your PMI and IIBA certifications. This is an instructor-led interactive course.
Our goal at Bob the BA is to help you think, learn and work differently so you can make an impact back on the job. If you always do what you have always done, you will end up right where you were before you were trained right? So at Bob the BA, we take a different approach because we know we learn best by doing and not through lecture. Our courses are always hands-on, practicing through exercises, activities, facilitated discussions, case studies, role play, workshops, printed materials and presentations.
Who Should Take This Course?
Anyone that is interested in a career in Business Analysis, wants foundational training in scoping and elicitation.
Understand a recap from the Introduction to Business Analysis course
Understand what requirements are and why they are needed for solutions
Understand and practice Business Analysis scope modeling
Learn and practice several elicitation techniques
Understand the process for elicitation
Learn what techniques work better in certain situations
Understand team dynamics and how it plays a part in elicitation
Understanding the differences of project and product scope
The process of solution scoping
Several techniques and models for solution scoping
Breaking down the scope to drive elicitation efforts
The process of elicitation
Elicitation in different approaches – Agile, Waterfall, Incremental
The role team dynamics play in elicitation
Learn 17 elicitation techniques
Practice elicitation techniques and understand how they support future business analysis efforts
When to use each technique and why