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BABOK: Business Analysis. Planning and Monitoring  --  VISIT
 Visits: 2 Updated: Mon 06/29/2015 @ 09:33 RATING: 

Description:

This course provides a description of the main problems to be solved at the stage of business analysis, their basic attributes, such as the "input" and "output" data, the techniques used in solving problems of this stage. It will show the relationship of tasks at the level of developed artifacts, as well as common place this stage in the overall set of steps most typical IT project. All this is designed to help you plan and control the seemingly chaotic process of business analysis.

The course is designed on the basis of BABOK ® v2.0. Also, the design of the course were used additional material from other sources and personal experience of the developer of the course.

IIBA ®, logo, IIBA ®, BABOK ® and Business Analysis Body of Knowledge ® are registered trademarks of International Institute of Business Analysis. These trademarks are used with permission of the International Institute of Business Analysis.

Target Audience:

  • IT Business \ System Analysts
  • Requirement Analysts

Objectives:

  • To give a clear understanding of the need to plan and monitor the activities of Business Analysis;
  • To help to find the best approach to business analysis, based on the parameters of the project and the organization itself;
  • To give a clear understanding of the risks associated with the activities of Business Analysis;
  • To teach how to plan the interaction among stakeholders based on their individual characteristics (level of authority in the company's interest in the project, the degree of involvement in the project, etc.);
  • To give knowledge how to select and use quantitative measures to monitor and evaluate the quality of the Business Analyst.

Roadmap:

  • What is Business Analysis?
  • Who is the analyst, what is his position?
  • What are the responsibilities of the analyst? What are its objectives?
  • Stakeholders. The concept of "interested person";
  • Areas of Knowledge Business Analysis (in compliance with the BABOK ® v2.0)
  • Area of expertise: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring:
  • Structure of Knowledge
  • Tasks
  • General description of the developed artefacts
  • Input and output data
  • Elements
  • Techniques
  • Stakeholders involved in the task

Prerequisites:

Participants should be experienced Busyness \ System or Requirement Analysts.

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ВАВОК: Requirements Elicitation  --  VISIT
 Visits: 1 Updated: Mon 06/29/2015 @ 09:32 RATING: 

Description:

The training is focused on requirements elicitation, which is the key task of business analysis. During the training a number of techniques will be discussed in detail, with conditions for their application, and their strengths and weaknesses. Another topic of discussion will be a universal framework for the requirements elicitation process. Understanding the basic steps of the process and the way they relate to each other, knowledge of best practices and techniques will allow you to gather the necessary information about the customer’s business and requests in order to create high quality, within a reasonable amount of time. During the training participants will also work with "Focus Group" and "Prototyping" techniques.

The course is based on the materials from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA.com), specifically the BABOK® Guide, and is dedicated to one of the BABOK Knowledge Areas, namely Elicitation of Requirements and Needs of Stakeholders (Elicitation, BABOK Chapter 3).

Target Audience:

Systems analysts, business analysts, experts in business processes, product managers, team leaders, who need to understand the objectives and content of the tasks performed during requirements elicitation in accordance with BABOK® Guide V 2.0

Objectives:

Get an insight into the basic terms and concepts of business analysis in accordance with BABOK® Guide V 2.0

Explore a variety of requirements elicitation techniques:

  • Focus Group (+workshop)
  • Observation
  • Prototyping (+workshop)
  • Document Analysis

Get an idea of the scope, advantages and disadvantages of requirements elicitation techniques

Study the framework of the requirements elicitation process in accordance with BABOK® Guide V 2.0

Roadmap:

  • Introduction to Business Analysis
  • Basics of requirements elicitation
  • Requirements elicitation techniques
  • A framework for requirements elicitation in accordance with BABOK® Guide
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Advanced Business Analysis Techniques - eLearning course  --  VISIT
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Advanced Business Analysis Techniques is an eLearning course designed exclusively for experienced business analysts. You learn 5 powerful techniques that deliver 10 transformational benefits. 

Learn new domains easily using simple, easy to understand models. Become an expert in your domain and proactively influence technology decisions. Reduce analysis time dramatically by creating deliverables that are clear, convincing proof of your analysis. Transform yourself from a Business Analyst to a Domain Analyst in this innovative eLearning course. Unlimited email support and 10 hours of phone/Skype support help you to apply each technique immediately in your own project or domain. Experience the benefits immediately within a few days of joining the course. 

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Ultimate Business Analyst Guide: Become a Superstar BA  --  VISIT
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https://www.udemy.com/business-analyst/

March Madness 50% off! Course offered at a special introductory rate of $59 only. This deal will expire on March 31st.

In the US, the average business analyst salary is $91,512. This number rose significantly since the $82,493 average salary reported in 2010, and is more than double the median household income. The report summarized salary figures from five other countries in US dollars:

The Ultimate Business Analyst Guide is a course designed for anyone who is, would like to be, or performs the role of the business analyst. Unlike most of the Business Analysis courses out there, this one has been designed in such a way that even someone who doesn't have a business or technical background would be able to learn about the core responsibilities of a Business Analyst.

The course is a little over 2 hours and will also include resources for you to help out with the CBAP certification! I will eventually add practice exam questions as we progress in this class. There are several exercise files included in this course and more resources will be added on a weekly basis. You will go through the following 7 sections:

Introduction

Chapter 1: Overview of Business Analysis

Chapter 2: Initiating a Project

Chapter 3: Planning & Collecting Requirements

Chapter 4: Validating & Controlling your Requirements during Project Execution

Chapter 5: Implementing & Closing your Project

Conclusion

Upon completion of this course and passing the quiz successfully, you will get a certificate of completion as well! This would be a great addition to your resume and will definitely give you an edge over others who are trying to get into this field. Once signed up, you will have lifelong access to this course.

The course gives beginners as well as professionals the tools they need to understand their role, identify and work with stakeholders, determine the real problem, find solutions, sharpen their analytical skills, deliver change, and, as a result, add value to their organization.

https://www.udemy.com/business-analyst/
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Business Analysis Foundation eLearning  --  VISIT
 Visits: 105 Updated: Fri 12/19/2014 @ 09:38 RATING: 

This accredited interactive and audio based e-learning course covers the range of concepts, approaches and techniques that are applicable to Business Analysis. Candidates are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of these aspects of Business Analysis in order to pass the Foundation exam.

The Training Bytesize e-learning will cover everything you need to pass the Foundation exam first time. Accredited by BCS you can have the confidence that our courses will cover the full BCS syllabus.

This Business Analysis Foundation course offers learners:

  • Online access to the accredited multimedia e-learning course for one whole year (approx. 15 hours of study time)
  • Interactive quizzes and mock exam simulators to test knowledge ahead of the exam
  • Access to qualified experts around the globe
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