Foundations of Business Analysis
Duration: 3 Days
Business Analysis is about identifying and understanding business requirements so that information systems will meet business needs. Many IT development projects fail to deliver because not enough understanding or effort is spent on analyzing and prioritizing business requirements.
This course introduces delegates to the skills and knowledge needed to do this. The central theme is that system development should be business driven rather than led by technology. It encompasses the view that information systems include business processes as well as information technology.
Topics Covered In This Course
What is Business Analysis?
Defining the Business Problem
Root Causes of Problems
Solution Vision and Scope
Making the Business Case
Modeling the Future State
Getting Requirements from Models
Requirements Definition and Documentation
Quality Assurance and Testing
What You Can Expect
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Who Should Take This Course
IT professionals new to business analysis, systems analysts, those who perform related disciplines such as requirements engineering, project management, software development and quality assurance.
There are no formal pre-requisites, but a basic understanding of information systems development processes would be helpful.
Instructor led with 60% lecture and 40% lab.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
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