Advanced Business Analysis

Who Should Attend?

This program is ideal for intermediate and senior business analysts. It is also ideal for professionals working in the role of:

  • Project/Program Management
  • Business Analysis
  • Systems Analysis
  • Requirements Analysis or Management
  • Process Improvement
  • Consulting

What you will learn

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Gain the skills necessary to be an effective Business Analyst
  • Understand fundamental principles of business analysis and the tools & techniques to help projects achieve their goals.
  • Outline the core knowledge areas, their activities, tasks, deliverable, and their relationships
  • Work effectively with the key stakeholders involved in each process
  • Become better at project management

The world of business is fast paced. Better insights help businesses remain relevant.

With Comprehensive Business Analysis, businesses are able to stay at the front of trends and remain relevant in society. Concepts that defined success in the past are being replaced today with better insights on how to conduct business successfully

At Crave Daniels, we recognize this and seek help you become well grounded in the rigors of introducing and managing change across every line in the business process (Business Analysis). Aside from providing the basics needed to pass the Certified Business Analysis Professional Exam, we ensure that the concept of Business Analysis permeates your thinking and ways of doing things.


One

Introduction to Business Analysis

Get Comprehensive introduction to Business Analysis, Key Concepts, Knowledge areas, tasks, techniques and underlying competencies required to be a millennial analyst.

Two

Business Analysis Planning

If you fail to plan, that is the best plan to fail. Understand the whys and how to plan business analysis approach, activities, communication, and requirements management process.

Three

Business Elicitation

Understand the practice of collecting the requirements of a system from users, customers and other stakeholders.

Four

Requirements Management and Communication

Learn how to manage, maintain and communicate requirements

Five

Enterprise and Requirement Analysis

Understand how to identify business opportunities, build a Business Architecture, determine the optimum project investment path for enterprises and finally, implement new business and technical solutions

Six

Solution Assessment and Validation

Choose the best solutions for specific business needs that you developed.


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