Solving problems, capitalising on opportunities, defining effective solutions and streamlining efficiencies are critical skills in today’s business environment. Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders.
This two-day course introduces essential business analysis concepts and provides practical techniques and activities for anyone needing to perform business analysis activities even if their title doesn’t include ‘Business Analyst’. Learn how to define business needs and apply the effective tools and techniques to elicit, analyse and communicate requirements with business stakeholders.
This course is consistent with the International Institute of Business Analysis Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK® Guide).
Who should attend?
This course is intended for anyone needing a broad knowledge of the key activities and techniques involved in business analysis. It is suitable for new Business Analysts or anyone who is expected to complete some business analysis work as part of their role, but may not be a full time Business Analyst. The course is also highly suitable to subject matter experts or anyone in a project role that involves business analysis activities.
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