Grow your business analysis career with a strong foundation.
What you’ll learn
Build a business analysis foundation
Plan requirements elicitation
Explore the role and responsibility of a business analyst
Compare and contrast plan-drive and agile projects
No business analysis experience needed.
Positive mental attitude
Business analysts are agents of change. These professionals are curious, seek to understand the perspective of others so they can formulate action plans to solve problems and seize opportunities.
In this beginner course on business analysis, you’ll build a strong foundation for your career and responsibilities. In this course you will learn the fundamentals of:
- Business analysis
- Enterprise analysis
- Planning and monitoring requirements
- Requirements elicitation
- Requirements analysis
You know that projects are temporary endeavors to create something unique. But before a project can begin, there needs to be a clear set of project requirements – and that’s where the BA starts. While the project manager manages the project, it’s the BA that gathers the requirements to solve a problem or seize an opportunity. Projects should really begin after the BA has explored the scenario, determined the business value, and built a set of requirements for the organization to consider. Without good requirements, it’s challenging to have a successful project.
If you’re new to business analysis, project management, or you’ve been tasked with gathering requirements and identifying stakeholders, this is a great place to start. We’ll quickly go through the basics of analysis so you can apply what you’ve learned and get things done. This course is ideal for project managers, project teams, and new business analysis. It’s quick. It’s direct. And it’s packed full of information.
Who this course is for:
- New business analysts
- Project managers
- Project team members
Created by Joseph Phillips
Last updated 10/2021
Size: 3.18 GB