This course provides a realistic and interactive overview of what business analysis is and what a business analyst does within the framework of defining system solutions and interactions with a project manager and project team. Participants will leave with a proficient understanding of the fundamental building blocks of business analysis and best practices that can be used across all industries. Participants learn the concepts, terms, tools, and techniques needed from experienced business analysts to help any organization analyze its goals and strategic directives to produce quality solutions that fulfill business needs. Additionally, the course focuses on how the business analyst can effectively collaborate with a project team to achieve results. This course provides hands-on exercises to reinforce learning and can be configured to client needs.
No Prerequisites, but recommend Business Analysis Primer; Business Analysis Foundations; Project Management Primer.
Building Block for
CBAP® Exam Prep; Project Management courses; Ongoing education
All materials are created and provided by Solarity and include:
Who should take this course
- Business analysts, project coordinators, project managers, and other team members who are involved in business analysis activities.
- A well-rounded project manager should have awareness and understanding of business analysis processes and techniques.
- Experienced business analysts who need to refresh their skills.
- Anyone interested in preparing for the CBAP® exam.
- Utilize common business analysis vocabulary and processes;
- Apply business analysis principles within various work environments;
- Describe the importance and value of business analysis to successful project and strategic initiative completion;
- Select the appropriate tools and techniques to assist with product or solution development, requirements management, and business needs identification;
- Apply business analysis best practices using tools, templates, and techniques; and
- Describe the relationship between business analysis, project management, and organizational change management.