Instructor: Jen Battan
This 1-day course is appropriate for anyone that is interested in learning what it takes to become a Business Analyst, validate what they know about Business Analysis, or become Business Analysis work-ready. This course explores the foundational aspects, benefits, techniques, the process, skill-sets, competencies, and general expectations of the Business Analysis role and how it delivers value to stakeholders and organizations.
This course will earn 7 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 to understand what Business Analysis is, wants to help promote the profession of Business Analysis in their organization.
Identify the roles and responsibilities of the Business Analyst
Compare the BA role to other project roles
Understand how business analysis works in both IT and business environments
Understand the benefits and value of Business Analysis
Understand the competencies of a Business Analyst
Understand the high-level process of Business Analysis
Understand general expectation of the Business Analyst role
Introduction to Business Analysis
Key business analysis terms, activities and general overview of business analysis
Key business analysis activities, deliverables, and techniques
The breadth of business analysis from the business to IT projects
Benefits of Business Analysis
Barriers to Business Analysis
BA Career Path
Requirements defined and their classifications
Methodologies/approaches to business analysis
Comparing business analysis to other roles and where they overlap
A typical day in the life of a business analyst
Trends in business analysis
Overview of the IIBA BABOK and how it relates to Business Analysis and your training
A high-level understanding of requirements, business rules, process, data, interfaces, interactions, scope