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This certificate covers the range of concepts, approaches and techniques that are applicable to Business Analysis

Objectives

Key areas are:

  • The role and competencies of a business analyst
  • Strategy analysis
  • Business system and business process modelling
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Investigation and modelling techniques
  • Requirements engineering
  • Business case development

Eligibility for the Examination

There are no specific pre-requisites for entry to the examination; however candidates should possess the appropriate level of knowledge to fulfil the objective shown above.

Duration

2 Days – In person classroom / 4 Virtual online sessions

Course Outline

1. What is Business Analysis

1.1 The origins of business analysis

1.2 The development of business analysis

1.3 The scope of business analysis work

1.4 Taking a holistic approach

1.5 The role and responsibilities of a business analyst

2. The competencies of a Business Analyst

2.1 Personal qualities

2.2 Business knowledge

2.3 Professional techniques

2.4 The development of competencies

3. Strategy Analysis

3.1 The context for strategy

3.2 The definition of strategy

3.3 Strategy development

3.4 External environment analysis

3.5 Internal environment analysis

3.6 SWOT analysis

3.7 Executing strategy

4. The Business analysis Process Model

4.1 An approach to problem-solving

4.2 Stages of the business analysis process model

4.3 Objectives of the process model stages

4.4 Procedure for each process model stage

4.5 Techniques used within each process model stage

5. Investigation Techniques

5.1 Interviews

5.2 Observation

5.3 Workshops

5.4 Scenarios

5.5 Prototyping

5.6 Quantitative approaches

5.7 Documenting the current situation

6. Stakeholder Analysis & Management

6.1 Stakeholder categories and identification

6.2 Analysing stakeholders

6.3 Stakeholder management strategies

6.4 Managing stakeholders

6.5 Understanding stakeholder perspectives

6.6 Business activity models

7. Modelling Business Processes

7.1 Organisational context

7.2 An alternative view of an organisation

7.3 The organisational view of business processes

7.4 Value propositions

7.5 Process models

7.6 Analysing the as-is process model

7.7 Improving business processes

8. Defining the Solution

8.1 Gap analysis

8.2 Introduction to Business Architecture

8.3 Definition of Business Architecture

8.4 Business Architecture techniques

9.0 Making a Business & Financial Case

9.1 The business case in the project lifecycle

9.2 Identifying options

9.3 Assessing project feasibility

9.4 Structure of a business case

9.5 Investment appraisal

10. Establishing the Requirements

10.1 A framework for requirements engineering

10.2 Actors in requirements engineering

10.3 Requirements elicitation

10.4 Requirements analysis

10.5 Requirements validation

11. Documenting & Managing Requirements

11.1 The requirements document

11.2 The requirements catalogue

11.3 Managing requirements

12. Modelling Requirements

12.1 Modelling system functions

12.2 Modelling system data

13. Delivering the Requirements

13.1 Delivering the solution

13.2 Context

13.3 Lifecycles

14. Delivering the Business Solution

14.1 BA role in the business change lifecycle

14.2 Design stage

14.3 Implementation stage

 

14.4 Realisation stage 

Contact

Ashok Kapoor
Ashok.kapoor@vellicate-tech.com +91-9035075455, +91-80-9844014700

www.vellicate-tech.com