PRACTICAL AGILE BUSINESS ANALYSIS

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04-05-2021

£695(£595)

5 day training session - 9:00-16:00 GMT & 18:00-21:00 GMT

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Course Summary

 

Develop the skills needed to become a proficient Agile Business Analyst. Introducing an agile approach has a significant impact on the role of the Business Analyst, on their existing skills and their way of working. Whilst traditional skills are still valuable, new skills and ways of working need to be adopted to harness the benefits of a new way of working and to appreciate the different relationships with co-workers and stakeholders. This training provides the useful, practical and comprehensive guidance on the role of the Business Analyst working in an agile way.

Business Analysts play a crucial role in projects, through analysis of the organization’s needs and the alignment of business projects to those needs. This course gives context to the Business Analyst role beyond the individual project, in relation to organizational mission and strategy, and provides additional depth and guidance for the Business Analyst role. As organizations and individuals embrace and transition to Agile ways of working, the role of the Business Analyst has evolved significantly, requiring fresh guidance, concepts and techniques.

Learning Goals

  • Knowledge and understanding Agile Business Analysis techniques
  • How to move from traditional to more agile ways of working
  • Learn tools needed to adopt an agile approach and when to use them
  • Determine problems and identify business needs
  • Identify and recommend viable solutions for meeting business needs
  • Elicit, document and manage stakeholder requirements in order to meet operations and project objectives

Topics

  • The Role of the Business Analyst, in an Agile World
  • Agile Fundamentals and the Agile BA
  • The Agile Business Case
  • Stakeholders in the Agile Project
  • Requirements and User Stories
  • Prioritisation
  • Workshops
  • Modelling
  • Timeboxing and Iterative Development
  • Requirements Planning and Estimating Throughout the Lifecycle
  • The Requirements Lifecycle in an Agile Project
  • Making the Transition to Agile BA

Audience

  • Product Managers and Product Owners
  • Practicing and aspiring Business Analysts operating in an Agile environment
  • Practicing and aspiring Business Analysts operating in a traditional environment looking to migrate to Agile
  • Agile team members with BA responsibilities

 

Description

Course Summary

 

Develop the skills needed to become a proficient Agile Business Analyst. Introducing an agile approach has a significant impact on the role of the Business Analyst, on their existing skills and their way of working. Whilst traditional skills are still valuable, new skills and ways of working need to be adopted to harness the benefits of a new way of working and to appreciate the different relationships with co-workers and stakeholders. This training provides the useful, practical and comprehensive guidance on the role of the Business Analyst working in an agile way.

Business Analysts play a crucial role in projects, through analysis of the organization’s needs and the alignment of business projects to those needs. This course gives context to the Business Analyst role beyond the individual project, in relation to organizational mission and strategy, and provides additional depth and guidance for the Business Analyst role. As organizations and individuals embrace and transition to Agile ways of working, the role of the Business Analyst has evolved significantly, requiring fresh guidance, concepts and techniques.

Learning Goals

  • Knowledge and understanding Agile Business Analysis techniques
  • How to move from traditional to more agile ways of working
  • Learn tools needed to adopt an agile approach and when to use them
  • Determine problems and identify business needs
  • Identify and recommend viable solutions for meeting business needs
  • Elicit, document and manage stakeholder requirements in order to meet operations and project objectives
Details

Topics

  • The Role of the Business Analyst, in an Agile World
  • Agile Fundamentals and the Agile BA
  • The Agile Business Case
  • Stakeholders in the Agile Project
  • Requirements and User Stories
  • Prioritisation
  • Workshops
  • Modelling
  • Timeboxing and Iterative Development
  • Requirements Planning and Estimating Throughout the Lifecycle
  • The Requirements Lifecycle in an Agile Project
  • Making the Transition to Agile BA
Audience

Audience

  • Product Managers and Product Owners
  • Practicing and aspiring Business Analysts operating in an Agile environment
  • Practicing and aspiring Business Analysts operating in a traditional environment looking to migrate to Agile
  • Agile team members with BA responsibilities

 

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