Learning by Doing – Business Analysis Program

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About Course

This is the summary of the course that was created.


This is an equivalent of a postgraduate program in business analysis aligned to the BABOK Version 3. The program focuses on the critical techniques used by Junior to Intermediate and even Senior business analysts with hands-on projects from real-life case scenarios from companies within UK, US, Canada, and Europe.

What Will I Learn?

  • Define core fundamental principles of information technology (IT) Business Analysis, Concepts and Terminologies
  • Elicit business and systems requirements and communicate them in ways that drive results
  • Research and build business cases for technology and related projects:
  • Drive software development through the Software development lifecycle (SDLC)
  • Master organizational change and accurately measure quality in your role as a business analyst
  • Utilize MS-visio to model software and business processes with the Unified modeling language (UML).
  • Gain BA proficiency through practical exercises and real-life case studies

Topics for this course

11 Lessons

Week 1?

Introduction to Business Analysis and the role a Business Analyst would play in an organization while working with other stakeholders, and the value they bring to the organization.

Week 2?

Introduction to Process Modeling, using various tools like Mind Mapping, Draw.io, Miro, etc.

Week 3?

Highlight Value Proposition using bespoke Business Analysis techniques and tools.

Week 4?

Using the 9 Building Blocks of the Business Model Canvas to add value to an organization.

Week 5?

Helping an organization to understand or change her business model, using Strategizer and Business Mapping.

Week 6?

How to facilitate a Requirement Discovery Session and get the buy-in of stakeholders.

Week 7?

Requirement traceability in Waterfall and Agile.

Week 8?

Working in an Agile environment using Jira, Confluence, and Trello.

Week 9?

Case study review and discussions.

Week 10?

Use cases, discussions and Q n A session.

Week 11?

Understanding how to take control of Board Room Interviews when defending a proposal.

Material Includes

  • Live Class
  • Video Materials