Bottom Line Business Analysis

PT15113
Summary
Delays. cancellations and defects in systems development projects stem in large part from our inability to understand project requirements and the environment in which they exist. The data is unequivocal: Most problems in software systems are related directly to poor requirements and misunderstanding the business needs. The Bottom-line Business Analysis program helps to equip business analysts with the knowledge, tools and analytical skills to attack one of the root causes of project failure: incomplete, poorly defined and changing requirements.
Duration
8 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for Business Analysts.
Topics
This program is made up of four classes, covering the Novice; Intermediate; and Advanced levels for business analysis: 1. Business Analysis Foundations is an overview of business analysis processes to define business needs and write basic requirements and be effective business analysts. 2. High Quality Business Requirements where participants learn to elicit and write crisp, verifiable business requirements that allow the development team to build the solution 3. Business Modeling Techniques and Use Cases that teaches industry accepted techniques to accurately identify and clearly document the business needs and requirements through business models and use cases 4. Designing and Facilitating Workshops how to plan and facilitate collaborative requirements workshops where business and systems people quickly reach complete agreement on requirements and solutions.

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