Business Analyst Online Training
WIZITTECH provides a cutting edge course module called Business Analysis. Business analysis Training educates on identifying business needs and finding methods to business problems. The one who deals with this job in an organization is generally known as the business analyst. Business analyst role is to figure out a method for system improvement, policies change, organizational strategic planning and system progress. He analyze objectives, processes and resource of the business and delivers solutions through which progression can be achieved. You possibly can state that business analyst work as a link between business and technology department. Business Analysts can acquire the real-world, essential business skills required to plan business analysis activities through the entire project life cycle.
- Course Details
Business Analysis Training
A business Analyst’s usually analyse a company, business domain, systems or processes. The function of a Business Analyst is generally to work as a link among the stakeholders to comprehend the policies, structure and functions of an company as well as recommending methods to help the organization achieve its goals. This is a definition provided by the International Institute of Business Analysis.
A Business Analyst also has the liability to work together with Business operations and Information Technology to be able to enhance the quality of services offered and delivered. This sometimes also incorporates assistance in Integration and Testing.
What you will learn?
Obtain a solid foundation of Business Analysis knowledge
Learn the roles a Business Analyst can engage in and the tasks they perform
Understand the particulars of the Software Development Life Cycles (SDLC) popular with businesses today
Gain the practical knowledge to effectively initiate a project
Capability to precisely and efficiently elicit requirements
Understand modeling techniques used to make requirements easy to understand by all business and technical stakeholders
Be aware of techniques used to remove indecisiveness from requirements
Possess the confidence to effectively help requirements approval meetings
Objectives of the Course:
- Study the Business Analysis Key Concepts.
- Study the Business Analysis Core Concept Model.
- Guide practices associated with the business analysis tasks.
- Study the business analysis tools and techniques.
- Identifying business change requirement
Who can take this course:
Business Aanalyst should deal with the analysis and changes in the business and technology. So the aspiring candidates who are really interested in doing the same and think they have capabilities to analyse an organisation or business domain can join this training program.
- Entry-level IT professionals interested in Business Analysis.
- Programmers & QA who are interested in expanding their role in the Business Analysis.
- Non-IT professionals aspiring to get into Business analysis.
Pre Requisites of this course:
Interested candidates should have aspiration to analyze the business development. This program facilitates to enhance up your Skills. The trainer can help you on the nuts and bolts of those are needed.
- This program covers the entire fundamentals. No prior awareness is needed.
- Affinity towards the field of Business Analysis.
- No technical background required
Since years, WIZITTECH has experience in offering Business Analysis services training programs. The faculty of WIZITTECH has designed the Business Analyst course content to make sure that the students can aquire all the necessary information and knowledge that they can apply in real life.
Introduction – What is Business Analyst?
- A look at different viewpoints
- What is being analyzed?
- What’s the goal?
- Current trends in business analysis
- Key concepts
- Reconciled to common understanding within the organization
The Role of the BA
- The relationship of business analysis to project management
- Differentiating between business analysis and other “analyst” roles
- Customer Needs & IT Needs
- The Skill Set Of A BA
- The BA’s Core Knowledge Set
The Practice of Business Analysis
- BA Responsibilities
- Requirements Shepherding
- Analysis Workflow
- Dark Side Of Business Analysis
- What The BA Does Not Do!
- Exercise: What Are Your Challenges?
The Landscape of Requirements
- Requirements, Features And Constraints
- Types Of Requirements – Functional & Non-funtional
- Requirements Source, Audience And Approval
- Establishing Project Vision And Scope
- Unified Process Vision Documentation
- The Vision Document Problem Statement
- Example: Problem Statement
- Exercise Case Study: Business Requirements
- Exercise: Create A Problem Statement
- Documenting Project Scope
- Example: Scope Statement
- Group Discussion: The Offshore Challenge
Steps in the Project/Product Life cycle: Description, Duration, Deliverables
- Conduct preliminary study
- Gather requirements
- Generate alternative solutions
- Complete the design
- Create the solution
- Implement the solution
- Evaluate and maintain the solution
- Positioning business analysis (and the business analyst) within the project life cycle
- Examining the role of the BA prior to project initiation (Diagnosing the business environment)
- Group Exercise: Business Requirements Challenge
Software Development Methodologies
- Water Fall Model
- Spiral Methodology
- Agile (more evolved, RAD session: reverse-engineer session)
- RUP (Rational Unified Process)
- Example Case Study
Diagnosing the Business Environment
- Business problem solving
- Understanding the business environment
- Capturing business initiatives across the enterprise
- Diagnosing a business problem or opportunity (i.e.; business initiative)
- Definition of a problem
- Finding and verifying true causes
- The use of the problem statement
- Techniques to identify business problems and causes
- Workflow modeling
- Fishbone Diagrams
- IS—IS NOT analysis
- Example Case Study
- Obtaining stakeholder confirmation
Setting Goals for Business Initiatives
- Using problem statement to create the goal statement
- Quantifying goals – finding the “threshold of pain”
- Key characteristics of well-stated goal statements
- Uses the language of the business
- Is measurable
- Is clear
- Is relevant to the overall strategy of the organization
- An examination of poorly stated goals
Evaluating, Selecting, and Prioritizing Initiatives
- Employing analysis techniques to assess alternatives
- Using a weighted-decision model
- Obtaining stakeholder confirmation
Documenting the Project Scope
- How to determine the product scope
- Outcome oriented development
- Defining product objectives
- Creating solution prototypes
- Working backwards to create the solution
- Specifying critical project elements and deliverables
Building a Model of the Solution
- Developing output mockups or prototypes
- Identifying requirements
- Creating an information model
- Workflow diagrams – How to use MS – Visio
- Uses in the project life-cycle
- Current State (As Is)
- Future State (To Be)
- Establishing solution boundaries
- Constructing context, overview, and detail flow diagrams
- Identifying appropriate detail level
- Example Case Study
- Supporting documentation
- Business rules
- Data requirements
- Use Case analysis
- Confirming with stakeholders
Requirements Definition and Documentation
- Identifying internal and external stakeholders
- Conducting stakeholder analysis
- Selecting requirements development templates
- Producing a requirements development plan
- verification and validation
- change management
- Addressing common challenges
- Recognizing industry standards (IEEE, etc.)
- Analysis of Requirements
- Fact gathering methods
- Organizing the facts
- Determining requirements
- Estimating the useful life of the solution
- Calculating future requirements
- Imposing constraints using value engineering
- Establishing the concept of a solution
- Managing Requirements
- All Users Are Not Equal – User Attributes
- Assigning User Attributes
- Example: User Attributes
- Exercise: Identify User Attributes
- User Surrogates
- When Requirements Collide: Alternative Decision-Making
- How Requirements become Un-Managed
- Requirements Traceability & Change Control
- BA’s role in managing change
- An examination of why people resist change
- Recognizing symptoms of resistance
- Developing coping/diffusing tactics
- Group Exercise: Change Control
- Interviewing Techniques
- Stakeholder Analysis
- Planning the interview
- The art of questioning
- Role of the interviewer – building confidence
- The psychology of interviewing
- Group Exercise: Project Improvement Facilitation
Introduction to Project Documents
- Project Plan/GANTT Chart
- Quality Plan
- MS Excel Spreadsheets
- Business Requirements Document
- Technical Design Document
- Example Case Study: Review of Project Documents
- Introduction to SQL, Use Case Modeling & Unified Modeling Language (UML)
- SQL – Basic & Advanced
- What is a Use Case?
- Basic Flow, Alternate Flows & Exception Flows
- How Use Case Diagrams Show Relationships
- The Use Case Template
- Paths and Scenarios
- Use Case Diagrams
- Class Diagrams
- Sequence Diagrams
- Activity Diagrams
- Introduction to Rational Suite
- Rational Rose
- Rational Requisite Pro
- Rational Clear Case
- Example Case Study: Use Case Review
- Group Exercise: Develop A Class Diagram
Making the Business Case
- Using creativity to create alternate solutions
- Evaluating alternatives to determine feasibility
- The six factors of feasibility: TRELOS
- Technical: is it possible?
- Weighing risks vs. benefits
- Using the portfolio approach
- Developing cost estimates
- Calculating the return on investment
- Legal: is it against the law?
- Operational: will it work for us?
- Schedule: can we deliver it in time?
Communicating the Solution to Stakeholders
- The proposal structure
- Analysis of current strengths and weaknesses
- Objectives to be achieved
- Description of solution
- Alternatives for implementation
- Explanation of recommended solutions
- Costs and risks
- Schedule (task plan) to achieve benefits
- Supporting appendices
- Preparing and making the presentation
- Establishing your objective
- Doing audience analysis
- Organizing your ideas
- Using visuals
Supporting Downstream Development
- Quality Assurance and Testing
- The business analyst’s role in testing
- Types of tests
- Use Case vs. Test Case
- Key to successful tests – anticipation and reconciliation
- The need
- A successful style – play script
- Who has responsibility
- Key to user independence
- Intended results
- Time required
- Who performs it
- How can the solution be evaluated?
- Who should perform an assessment?
- Establishing ranges of performance
- Eliminating undesirable side-effects
Positioning the Business Analyst within the Organization
- Job Title or role?
- Organization Structure
- Reporting Relationships
- Working Relationships
- Tailoring the business analyst role for different projects
- Getting Started
The Offshore Chal
- Project Management Challenges
- Challenges For The Business Analyst
- For Student Assignment & Evaluation
- BA Resume Prep
- Interview Questions & Preparation
An unforgettable and unique course and thanks go to both the administrative staff and the excellent tutors WIZ IT TECH has got. Learning and improving our skills in a friendly atmosphere by the trainer Raghu, is what made us survive as BUSINESS ANALYST
AWE SOME. I came with very little knowledge and now I look forward to using it on my next project. Excellent course. The best instructor-led course I have attended, by far. The course was exactly what I was hoping for personally Recommend to everyone.
The BA course of wizittech Training provides a well-structured and organised by them is great. Most of the information was in short digestible lectures which made the course easier to follow and made all the terminologies and examples more clear. I really am glad that I took this course and would happily recommend to anyone who wishes to understand about Business Analysis course.
I joined for Business Analyst , trainer have well experience and explanation was well...their support after course i like it..thanks lot sir