|Course Name||Start Date||End Date||Session Dates||Days||Time||Tuition||Register|
|Business Analyst||TBD||TBD||TBD||Saturdays||9:00 AM - 6:00 PM||$1,500|
This course provides knowledge of tools and techniques for use in business analysis work.
The business analysis skill set includes critical thinking skills, elicitation techniques and requirements analysis and management. Also important are communication and relationship building skills, whether they are in person or virtual environments. Expertise with analysis tools and techniques is essential in today’s environment comprising of dispersed teams, complex business processes, time-driven business initiatives, new software development practices, and poorly integrated legacy applications. The need for strong business analysis skills is necessary for an organization to remain competitive in any economy. Through education and practice business/technical professionals will develop and enhance their analytical skills and provide significant value to projects and the business enterprise.
- What is Business Analysis?
What is a Process?
System Engineering Models
System Engineering Life Cycles
What is SDLC and how is it related to SE?
What does Business Analysis involveTopic 2: Audience of Business AnalystUnderstanding how to communicate effectively
Understanding how to balance the stake holder needs
Understanding the need to possess an in-depth knowledge of project stakeholders.
Working with Dispersed Team
Topic 3: Project Details
Why has the organization decided to Fund this Project
Business Case Development
Topic 4: Business Environment
Knowing your business environment
Understanding the business process
Topic 5: Technical Environment
Technology Exposure Needs
Standard Query Language (SQL)
Working with IT
Topic 6: Analysis Techniques
Types of Requirement
Core Components of Requirement
Qualities of good requirements
Analysis Techniques and Presentation Formats
Requirement Elicitation process
Functional Analysis and Allocation
Topic 7: Analysis Techniques, tools, Approaches
Object Oriented Analysis
Unified Modeling Language
Topic 8: Skill Development
The Process of Thinking
Topic 9: Agile
Background and Current Practice
The Agile Manifesto
The Scrum Team