The Agile Business Analyst

PT24723
Summary
The Agile Business Analyst describes the role of the BA is an agile project environment. While examining core agile BA concepts, participants engage in hands-on exercises in order to learn commonly used tools and techniques. Topics include:
  • Roles of the agile business analyst
  • The BA and team development
  • The agile requirements model
  • Developing the product backlog
  • Conversation-based discovery
  • Iteration planning
  • Using models to analyze requirements
  • Requirements prioritization
  • Verifying and validating requirements
  • BA participation in design and test
  • Solution validation
  • Post-Project solution assessment
Prerequisites
This course assumes that participants have participated in some projects and have some understanding of the agile project environment
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is of particular value to business analysts and other agile team members, Product Owners, other project staff with direct or indirect responsibility for requirements definition and analysis; Project Management Office staff; and managers of business analysts.
Topics
  • Introduction
  • The Agile Business Analyst
  • Stakeholder Collaboration Skills
  • Understanding Project Requirements
  • Enterprise Analysis
  • Requirements Planning in Agile
  • Requirements Elicitation
  • Analyzing Requirements
  • Communication in Agile
  • Verification and Validation
  • Additional BA Functions
  • Final Review and Q&A

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