This one-day course aims to provide a realistic and interactive overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does in the framework of defining system solutions. This workshop will use a case study approach to allow participants to perform a current state analysis to identify the as is situation, interview users to elicit requirements about the future state, and write requirements for the solution. In order to perform these exercises, the workshop will cover such topics as procedure analysis and activity (swim lane) diagrams, interviewing techniques, and the attributes of quality requirements. Participants will work in teams to complete the exercises and receive peer review of their work.
- Scope and success factors for the Business Analyst role
- What is necessary to initiate requirements definition and business analysis
- What is necessary to effectively elicit requirements
- What is necessary to develop and implement a solutions design, including how to use storyboards, QA, test plans, implementation and transition plans
Preferred class size = 8-15 students
(Contact us for special price per student rates and multiple session discounts)
Business Analysis Overview Student Workbook
Who should take this course
Those interested in learning more about the business analysis role within systems development.
- Module 1: Introduction – What is a Business Analyst?
- Module 2: Initiation Phase Activities
- Module 3: Analysis Phase
- Requirements Elicitation