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Business Analysis Training Schedule


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Business Analysis Course Curriculum

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  • Session 1:

    • 1. Introduction to Projects
    • 2. Operations and Projects
    • 3. Who is a Project Manager?
    • 4. What is BA?
    • 5. Who is a BA?BA Roles and Responsibilities
    • 6. Competencies of a BA
    • 7. Relationship between a BA and PM

    Session 2:

    • 1. BA and other “Analyst” roles
    • 2. Customer Needs & IT Needs
    • 3. The Skill Set Of A BA
    • 4. The BA’s Core Knowledge Set
    • 5. What the BA does not do!
    • 6. The Dark side of BA

    Session 3:

    • 1. SDLC
    • 2. Various stages of SDLC
    • 3. SDLC Methodologies
    • 4. Waterfall Model
    • 5. Iterative and Incremental approach
    • 6. BA Body of Knowledge
    • 7. Career Path for a BA
    • 8. What’s the goal? What is being analyzed?

    Session 4:

    • 1. Agile Model
    • 2. Rational Unified Approach
    • 3. Prototyping
    • 4. V-Model
    • 5. Organization Structure and Reporting Relationships
    • 6. Tailoring the BA role for different projects
    • 7. Current Trends in BA
  • Session 5:

    • 1. SWOT Analysis
    • 2. Feasibility Study & Analysis
    • 3. Problem Statement & Goal Statement
    • 4. Project Scope Statement & Vision Document
    • 5. AS IS (current state) and TO BE (future state) Modeling
    • 6. Root Cause Analysis – Fish Bone Diagram

    Session 6:

    • 1. Requirements - Features And Constraints
    • 2. Types Of Requirements
    • 3. Business, User and System Requirements
    • 4. Functional & Non-functional Requirements
    • 5. Requirements Source, Audience And Approval
    • 6. Business Case
    • 7. Questionnaires & Surveys

    Session 7:

    • 1. Who are Stakeholders?
    • 2. Stakeholder categories and Profiles
    • 3. Internal & External Stakeholders
    • 4. Stakeholder Roles & Responsibilities
    • 5. Conducting Stakeholder Analysis & Elicitation Plan
    • 6. Observations
    • 7. Prototypes
    • 8. Selecting the appropriate technique

    Session 8:

    • 1. Requirements Elicitation
    • 2. Challenges with Elicitation
    • 3. Requirements Elicitation Techniques
    • 4. Interviews
    • 5. Focus Groups
    • 6. Facilitated Work Shops
    • 7. Group Creativity Techniques
    • 8. Group Decision Making Techniques
  • Session 9:

    • 1. Evaluating, Selecting and Prioritizing Requirements
    • 2. Assess alternatives
    • 3. Building a Model of the Solution – Business Process & Data Process Flow
    • 4. Understanding & Developing Story Boards
    • 5. Developing output mockups or prototypes
    • 6. Obtaining Stakeholder confirmation
    • 7. Identifying appropriate detail level

    Session 10:

    • 1. Requirements Development Plan
    • 2. Selecting Requirements Development templates
    • 3. Organizing the Facts
    • 4. Business Rules
    • 5. User Attributes
    • 6. Flowcharts
    • 7. Data Requirements
    • 8. Decision Trees and Decision Tables
    • 9. How much time should be spent on Requirements

    Session 11:

    • 1. Use Case Diagrams
    • 2. Basic Flow, Alternate Flows & Exception Flows
    • 3. How Use Case Diagrams Show Relationships
    • 4. Paths and Scenarios
    • 5. Class Diagrams
    • 6. Sequence Diagrams
    • 7. Activity Diagrams
    • 8. Wireframes
    • 9. Implementing Just enough Requirements
    • 10. Basics of SQL

    Session 12:

    • 1. An examination of why people resist change
    • 2. Change Management
    • 3. BA’s role in managing change
    • 4. How Requirements become Un-Managed
    • 5. Requirements Traceability & Change Control
    • 6. When Requirements Collide: Alternative DecisionMaking Approaches
  • Session 13:

    • 1. Preparing and making the presentation
    • 2. Description of solution
    • 3. Establishing your objective
    • 4. Doing audience analysis
    • 5. Organizing your ideas
    • 6. Using visuals

    Session 14:

    • 1. QA and QC
    • 2. BA’s Role in Testing
    • 3. Use Case vs Test Case
    • 4. Requirements Validation Techniques
    • 5. Unit Testing
    • 6. System Testing
    • 7. Integration Testing

    Session 15:

    • 1. Rehearsing
    • 2. Regression Testing
    • 3. BA Resume Preparation
    • 4. Interview Qs & Preparation
    • 5. Domains Discussion
    • 6. Project Work
  • Session 1:

    • 1. Introduction to Projects
    • 2. Operations and Projects
    • 3. Who is a Project Manager?
    • 4. What is BA?
    • 5. Who is a BA?BA Roles and Responsibilities
    • 6. Competencies of a BA
    • 7. Relationship between a BA and PM
  • Session 2:

    • 1. BA and other “Analyst” roles
    • 2. Customer Needs & IT Needs
    • 3. The Skill Set Of A BA
    • 4. The BA’s Core Knowledge Set
    • 5. What the BA does not do!
    • 6. The Dark side of BA
  • Session 3:

    • 1. SDLC
    • 2. Various stages of SDLC
    • 3. SDLC Methodologies
    • 4. Waterfall Model
    • 5. Iterative and Incremental approach
    • 6. BA Body of Knowledge
    • 7. Career Path for a BA
    • 8. What’s the goal? What is being analyzed?
  • Session 4:

    • 1. Agile Model
    • 2. Rational Unified Approach
    • 3. Prototyping
    • 4. V-Model
    • 5. Organization Structure and Reporting Relationships
    • 6. Tailoring the BA role for different projects
    • 7. Current Trends in BA
  • Session 5:

    • 1. SWOT Analysis
    • 2. Feasibility Study & Analysis
    • 3. Problem Statement & Goal Statement
    • 4. Project Scope Statement & Vision Document
    • 5. AS IS (current state) and TO BE (future state) Modeling
    • 6. Root Cause Analysis – Fish Bone Diagram
  • Session 6:

    • 1. Requirements - Features And Constraints
    • 2. Types Of Requirements
    • 3. Business, User and System Requirements
    • 4. Functional & Non-functional Requirements
    • 5. Requirements Source, Audience And Approval
    • 6. Business Case
    • 7. Questionnaires & Surveys
  • Session 7:

    • 1. Who are Stakeholders?
    • 2. Stakeholder categories and Profiles
    • 3. Internal & External Stakeholders
    • 4. Stakeholder Roles & Responsibilities
    • 5. Conducting Stakeholder Analysis & Elicitation Plan
    • 6. Observations
    • 7. Prototypes
    • 8. Selecting the appropriate technique
  • Session 8:

    • 1. Requirements Elicitation
    • 2. Challenges with Elicitation
    • 3. Requirements Elicitation Techniques
    • 4. Interviews
    • 5. Focus Groups
    • 6. Facilitated Work Shops
    • 7. Group Creativity Techniques
    • 8. Group Decision Making Techniques
  • Session 9:

    • 1. Evaluating, Selecting and Prioritizing Requirements
    • 2. Assess alternatives
    • 3. Building a Model of the Solution – Business Process & Data Process Flow
    • 4. Understanding & Developing Story Boards
    • 5. Developing output mockups or prototypes
    • 6. Obtaining Stakeholder confirmation
    • 7. Identifying appropriate detail level
  • Session 10:

    • 1. Requirements Development Plan
    • 2. Selecting Requirements Development templates
    • 3. Organizing the Facts
    • 4. Business Rules
    • 5. User Attributes
    • 6. Flowcharts
    • 7. Data Requirements
    • 8. Decision Trees and Decision Tables
    • 9. How much time should be spent on Requirements
  • Session 11:

    • 1. Use Case Diagrams
    • 2. Basic Flow, Alternate Flows & Exception Flows
    • 3. How Use Case Diagrams Show Relationships
    • 4. Paths and Scenarios
    • 5. Class Diagrams
    • 6. Sequence Diagrams
    • 7. Activity Diagrams
    • 8. Wireframes
    • 9. Implementing Just enough Requirements
    • 10. Basics of SQL
  • Session 12:

    • 1. An examination of why people resist change
    • 2. Change Management
    • 3. BA’s role in managing change
    • 4. How Requirements become Un-Managed
    • 5. Requirements Traceability & Change Control
    • 6. When Requirements Collide: Alternative DecisionMaking Approaches
  • Session 13:

    • 1. Preparing and making the presentation
    • 2. Description of solution
    • 3. Establishing your objective
    • 4. Doing audience analysis
    • 5. Organizing your ideas
    • 6. Using visuals
  • Session 14:

    • 1. QA and QC
    • 2. BA’s Role in Testing
    • 3. Use Case vs Test Case
    • 4. Requirements Validation Techniques
    • 5. Unit Testing
    • 6. System Testing
    • 7. Integration Testing
  • Session 15:

    • 1. Rehearsing
    • 2. Regression Testing
    • 3. BA Resume Preparation
    • 4. Interview Qs & Preparation
    • 5. Domains Discussion
    • 6. Project Work

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Self Paced Learning

Learn Business Analysis skills at your own pace by getting access to all the Video Seminars by different Instructors.

Instructor Led Training

Instructor Led online training conducted by working professionals who bring real world knowledge, and examples to the class