The main goal of the course is to help you master theoretical knowledge and acquire skills that are critical for a business analyst on a project
The course will teach how to communicate with the client, how to specify and manage requirements and how to interact with the development team
You will go through all main stages of Business Analysis while working on your project from the first day of the course
Finishing the course, you will:
analyze stakeholders, the business context, and the current state for building new solutions
know how to better communicate with the client and how to identify the requirements through the interviews
perform better at document analysis, brainstorming and workshops, problems’ analysis, and root causes
learn how to define and document the solution scope, specify requirements with Use Cases and User Stories, and create core business analysis documents
learn how to manage requirements: prioritize, control the quality of requirements, document, and submit implemented requirements
know how to work with different levels (business requirements, stakeholder requirements, and solution requirements) and types (functional and non-functional) of requirements
IT’S A MATCH FOR YOU IF:
You are not in IT yet and want to get to know more about a new profession to become a business analyst
You are an IT-insider, and you want to deepen your expertise to get to understand your clients better
You are a business analyst and wish to structure your BA knowledge and upgrade your performance
JOIN THE COURSE!
Course rules & introduction – Entry session
Intro about BA – The Business Analyst role, what personal traits BA should have, what techniques they should use, and what rights and responsibilities they have
SDLC Process – Software Development Life Cycles with roles responsibilities and needs (BA, QA, PM, DEV, Architect)
Stakeholder Management – Why we need stakeholder’s analysis and management, what techniques may be useful to analyze stakeholders
Requirements Classification – What are the business, stakeholder, solution and transition requirements? Why are the assumption, constraints, and business rules important?
Requirements Lifecycle – What is Requirements Life Cycle Management? What is it consist of? What is the purpose of RLCM?
Requirements Elicitation – How to elicit requirements in the most effective way
Scope Definition – Scope types and baselining, techniques to outline scope
Process Modeling – What is process modeling? A practice with a UML activity flow diagram
Requirements Specification and documentation - Functional decomposition and requirements’ documentation
Story Mapping – Story-Mapping theory and practice
User Story + Acceptance Criteria
Requirements quality – What are the criteria for successful requirements?
Non-functional Requirements – Non-functional requirements and how to put together all business analysis data
Requirements prioritization – What techniques can be used for requirements’ prioritization
Effective Demo and User Feedback evaluation
Closure – Participants’ presentations, course feedback, and Q&A