Formation Entirety Technology : Business Analyst (BA) Training in Paris for Beginners | IIBA/CBAP

    Formation Entirety Technology : Business Analyst (BA) Training in Paris for Beginners | IIBA/CBAP
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    Formation Entirety Technology Business Analyst (BA) Training in Paris for Beginners IIBA-CBAP
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    Date / Heure
    Date(s) - 24/09/2019
    3h30 - 5h30

    Entirety Technology


    This Business Analyst training provided over 4 weeks, including 8 sessions, 2 sessions per week, 2 hours per session covers the most important business analysis topics and concepts. It includes how to gather, analyse and document business requirements.

    Students are taught how to effectively gather, define, business requirements, functional and non-functional requirements.

    Weekdays Only Class Schedule

    This class will be held on weekdays (Monday and Wednesday every week) from 6:30-8:30 pm US Pacific time (PST) each day beginning September 23rd and ending on October 16, 2019.

    Please check your local date and time for the first session

    16 hours of LIVE training
    8 sessions | 4 weeks | 2 sessions per week | 2 hours per session
    Monday and Wednesday every week for 4 weeks
    US Pacific time 6:30-8:30 PM each day

    Course Overview

    This training class follows a very practical approach to requirements gathering, analysis and definition. Students learn specific modern methods, strategies and techniques that can be easily integrated into a company’s existing methodologies and practices (agile or waterfall).

    Who should attend

    This class can be taken by professionals such as Business Analysts, Project Managers, Technical leads and other IT personnel who wish to become more business savvy, Individuals who supervise BA activities and Executives who authorize, sponsor, govern, or provide oversight to IT projects.

    Course Outline

    1. Introduction

    Purpose of the BABOK® Guide
    What is Business Analysis?
    Who is a Business Analyst?
    Structure of the BABOK® Guide

    2. Business Analysis Key Concepts

    The Business Analysis Core Concept Model™
    Key Terms
    Requirements Classification Schema
    Requirements and Designs

    3: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring.

    Plan Business Analysis Approach
    Plan Stakeholder Engagement
    Plan Business Analysis Governance
    Plan Business Analysis Information Management
    Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements

    4. Elicitation and Collaboration

    Prepare for Elicitation
    Conduct Elicitation
    Confirm Elicitation Results
    Communicate Business Analysis Information
    Manage Stakeholder Collaboration

    5. Requirements Life Cycle Management

    Trace Requirements
    Maintain Requirements
    Prioritize Requirements
    Assess Requirements Changes
    Approve Requirements

    6. Strategy Analysis

    Analyze Current State
    Define Future State
    Assess Risks
    Define Change Strategy

    7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

    Specify and Model Requirements
    Verify Requirements
    Validate Requirements
    Define Requirements Architecture
    Define Design Options
    Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution

    8. Solution Evaluation

    Measure Solution Performance
    Analyze Performance Measures
    Assess Solution Limitations
    Assess Enterprise Limitations
    Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value

    9. Underlying Competencies

    Analytical Thinking and Problem-Solving
    Behavioral Characteristics
    Business Knowledge
    Communication Skills
    Interaction Skills
    Tools and Technology

    10. Techniques

    Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria
    Backlog Management
    Balanced Scorecard
    Benchmarking and Market Analysis
    Business Capability Analysis
    Business Cases
    Business Model Canvas
    Business Rules Analysis
    Collaborative Games
    Concept Modelling
    Data Dictionary
    Data Flow Diagrams
    Data Mining
    Data Modelling
    Decision Analysis
    Decision Modelling
    Document Analysis
    Financial Analysis
    Focus Groups
    Functional Decomposition
    Interface Analysis
    Item Tracking
    Lessons Learned
    Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
    Mind Mapping
    Non-Functional Requirements Analysis
    Organizational Modelling
    Process Analysis
    Process Modelling
    Risk Analysis and Management
    Roles and Permissions Matrix
    Root Cause Analysis
    Scope Modelling
    Sequence Diagrams
    Stakeholder List, Map, or Personas
    State Modelling
    Survey or Questionnaire
    SWOT Analysis
    Use Cases and Scenarios
    User Stories
    Vendor Assessment

    11. Perspectives

    The Agile Perspective
    The Business Intelligence Perspective
    The Information Technology Perspective
    The Business Architecture Perspective
    The Business Process Management Perspective