The spotlight is well and truly on designing solutions that deliver the most value to an organisation. Not only does a solution need to satisfy project objectives and stakeholder requirements, but it also needs to contribute to the realisation of business goals and organisational strategy.
The Business Analyst (BA) role is therefore critical as organisations rely on BAs to ensure delivered solutions are aligned with organisational strategy, and that implemented solutions realise their full value through the removal of any limiting factors related to organisational or technical factors.
Our Business Analysis in Practice course, provides practitioners with an in-depth opportunity to
develop and evaluate solution requirements that encompass organisational and environment factors such as business processes, systems and organisational culture.
Aligned with A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) V3, this course builds upon participants’ existing skills and knowledge by way of a guided tour through a series of real-life scenarios, problems and issues faced by Business Analysts today.
This course provides participants with a standardised and systematic approach for eliciting, analysing and managing business requirements that form the basis for successful solutions delivered to the organisation.
It uses a real-life case study approach to plan, manage and execute a detailed requirements development process, to successfully manage stakeholders, and to reduce organisational risk by understanding the impact of change across the business.
This course builds on information covered in our BA Fundamentals course. In BA Fundamentals, the focus is on understanding the role of the Business Analysts, key business analysis concepts and which common techniques can assist the BA in specific situations. The focus of BA in Practice is to practically apply a range of techniques to common analysis activities.