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Business Analysis

By definition, business analysis is a set of tasks, knowledge and techniques required to identify business needs and determine solutions to business problems. The primary role of a business analyst is to examine the business needs and recommend an appropriate solution approach to meet those needs.

Benefits of the Program

This course is valuable for anyone who needs to apply the knowledge and skills of the business analyst role within their organization. In Syncomint you will gain the foundational knowledge needed to effectively perform key business analysis functions. You learn how to apply a core business analysis framework as well as participate in interactive workshops to improve your analytical competencies.

Topic List

This course on Business Analysis will guide you from the basics and you'll gain hands-on experience through various case studies. Syncomint provides you Classroom Training as well as Live Virtual Training.

Course Content
[formac-acc title="Lesson 1: Defining Business Analysis"]What is Business Analysis?, Role f a Business Analyst, Responsibilities of a Business Analyst[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 2: Overview of the business analysis discipline"]Key roles and responsibilities, Distinguishing between business analysis and other related disciplines[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 3: Introducing the business analysis framework"]The framework and the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®), Industry best practice from the International[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 4: Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)"]Capturing Business Requirements through Elicitation, Gathering business needs at the organizational or department levels, Performing needs-analysis, Choosing the best elicitation technique, Soliciting enterprise-level contextual analysis[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 5: Identifying the nine elicitation techniques"]Verifying the necessary steps to gather information, Recording and confirming elicitation results, Conducting Enterprise Analysis, Analyzing the business landscape, Categorizing and prioritizing business needs and issues using affinity diagrams, Assessing business capabilities and gaps[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 6: Detecting problems and finding opportunities"]Exposing root causes of problems, Finding opportunities for growth, Identifying elements of the initial solution scope, Developing action-oriented business initiatives to address business needs and opportunities,Measuring the feasibility of options, 2x2 analysis grid, Prioritization matrices, Anticipating project benefits and costs, Documenting critical project parameters, Building SMART project objectives, Specifying critical project elements and deliverables[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 7: Planning and Monitoring the Business Analysis Process"]Planning for requirements analysis, Documenting assumptions, ground rules and templates, Producing a requirements development plan to guide and manage the process, Building the communication plan[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 8: Performing stakeholder analysis"]Identifying key stakeholders, Analyzing the impact stakeholders have on a project, Developing a change management process, Baselining your plan, Following the defined change management process, Managing the change control process[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 9: Managing and Communicating Requirements"]Analyzing requirements, Verifying, prioritizing and organizing requirements, Specifying the requirements document, Identifying key relationships using traceability[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 10: Executing the communication plan"]Addressing common pitfalls typically encountered during requirements development, Validating the requirements document with key stakeholders, Managing stakeholder agreement and conflict, Assessing and Validating Solutions, Allocating requirements, Optimizing business value, Evaluating dependencies between requirements[/formac-acc] [formac-acc title="Lesson 11: Assessing organizational readiness"]Identifying organizational capability gaps, Defining business and technical organizational impacts, Developing Business Analysis, Competencies, Going beyond the mechanics of analysis, The IIBA® Business Analysis Competency framework[/formac-acc]

ClassRoom Schedule

Classroom Training - 10 Days

Day 1

11AM-5PM
Defining Business Analysis Overview of the business analysis discipline
  • Key roles and responsibilities
  • Distinguishing between business analysis and other related disciplines
Introducing the business analysis framework
  • The framework and the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®)
  • Industry best practice from the International

Day 2

11AM-5PM
Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®)
  • Capturing Business Requirements through Elicitation
  • Gathering business needs at the organizational or department levels
  • Performing needs-analysis
  • Choosing the best elicitation technique
  • Soliciting enterprise-level contextual analysis

Day 3

11AM-5PM
Identifying the nine elicitation techniques
  • Verifying the necessary steps to gather information
  • Recording and confirming elicitation results
  • Conducting Enterprise Analysis
  • Analyzing the business landscape
  • Categorizing and prioritizing business needs and issues using affinity diagrams
  • Assessing business capabilities and gaps

Day 4

11AM-5PM
Detecting problems and finding opportunities
  • Exposing root causes of problems
  • Finding opportunities for growth
  • Identifying elements of the initial solution scope
  • Developing action-oriented business initiatives to address business needs and opportunities
  • Measuring the feasibility of options
  • 2x2 analysis grid
  • Prioritization matrices
  • Anticipating project benefits and costs

Day 5

11AM-5PM
  • Documenting critical project parameters
  • Building SMART project objectives
  • Specifying critical project elements and deliverables

Day 6

11AM-5PM
Planning and Monitoring the Business Analysis Process
  • Planning for requirements analysis
  • Documenting assumptions, ground rules and templates
  • Producing a requirements development plan to guide and manage the process
  • Building the communication plan

Day 7

11AM-5PM
Performing stakeholder analysis
  • Identifying key stakeholders
  • Analyzing the impact stakeholders have on a project
  • Developing a change management process
  • Baselining your plan
  • Following the defined change management process
  • Managing the change control process

Day 8

11AM-5PM
Managing and Communicating Requirements
  • Analyzing requirements
  • Verifying, prioritizing and organizing requirements
  • Specifying the requirements document
  • Identifying key relationships using traceability

Day 9

11AM-5PM
Executing the communication plan
  • Addressing common pitfalls typically encountered during requirements development
  • Validating the requirements document with key stakeholders
  • Managing stakeholder agreement and conflict
  • Assessing and Validating Solutions
  • Allocating requirements
  • Optimizing business value
  • Evaluating dependencies between requirements

Day 10

11AM-5PM
Assessing organizational readiness
  • Identifying organizational capability gaps
  • Defining business and technical organizational impacts
  • Developing Business Analysis
  • Competencies
  • Going beyond the mechanics of analysis
  • The IIBA® Business Analysis Competency framework

Live Virtual Class Schedule

Virtual Training - 5 Days

Day 1

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Defining Business Analysis Overview of the business analysis discipline
  • Key roles and responsibilities
  • Distinguishing between business analysis and other related disciplines
Introducing the business analysis framework
  • The framework and the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®)
  • Industry best practice from the International

Day 2

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®)
  • Capturing Business Requirements through Elicitation
  • Gathering business needs at the organizational or department levels
  • Performing needs-analysis
  • Choosing the best elicitation technique
  • Soliciting enterprise-level contextual analysis
Identifying the nine elicitation techniques
  • Verifying the necessary steps to gather information
  • Recording and confirming elicitation results
  • Conducting Enterprise Analysis
  • Analyzing the business landscape
  • Categorizing and prioritizing business needs and issues using affinity diagrams
  • Assessing business capabilities and gaps

Day 3

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Detecting problems and finding opportunities
  • Exposing root causes of problems
  • Finding opportunities for growth
  • Identifying elements of the initial solution scope
  • Developing action-oriented business initiatives to address business needs and opportunities
  • Measuring the feasibility of options
  • 2x2 analysis grid
  • Prioritization matrices
  • Anticipating project benefits and costs
  • Documenting critical project parameters
  • Building SMART project objectives
  • Specifying critical project elements and deliverables
Planning and Monitoring the Business Analysis Process
  • Planning for requirements analysis
  • Documenting assumptions, ground rules and templates
  • Producing a requirements development plan to guide and manage the process
  • Building the communication plan

Day 4

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Performing stakeholder analysis
  • Identifying key stakeholders
  • Analyzing the impact stakeholders have on a project
  • Developing a change management process
  • Baselining your plan
  • Following the defined change management process
  • Managing the change control process
Managing and Communicating Requirements
  • Analyzing requirements
  • Verifying, prioritizing and organizing requirements
  • Specifying the requirements document
  • Identifying key relationships using traceability

Day 5

8AM-12PM && 1PM-5PM
Executing the communication plan
  • Addressing common pitfalls typically encountered during requirements development
  • Validating the requirements document with key stakeholders
  • Managing stakeholder agreement and conflict
  • Assessing and Validating Solutions
  • Allocating requirements
  • Optimizing business value
  • Evaluating dependencies between requirements
Assessing organizational readiness
  • Identifying organizational capability gaps
  • Defining business and technical organizational impacts
  • Developing Business Analysis
  • Competencies
  • Going beyond the mechanics of analysis
  • The IIBA® Business Analysis Competency framework
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