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Business Analyst - BA Online Training by hands-on experts

 

Module 1:

• Introduction To Business Analysis

o Understanding the change, Value, stakeholders and Business Analysis
o Business Analysis Overview
o What is Business Analysis?
o Significance of Business Analysis
o Business analysis practical applications
o Factors to be considered
o Roles and responsibilities of BA
o Activities business analyst can perform
o Contribution to project
o Expected mandatory work as a business analyst

 

• BA Attributes

o Personal traits
o Professional traits

 

Module 2:

• BA Methodologies
• Agile methodologies and SCRUM
• Role of BA in SCRUM

 

Module 3:
FUNDAMENTALS OF AGILE & SCRUM FRAMEWORK
• Agile principles
• Agile values
• Scrum Ceremonies
• Scrum Roles
• Scrum artefacts

 

Module 4:
FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS ANALYSIS

• Requirements elicitation
o What is requirement elicitation?
o How to conduct elicitation?
o Factors influencing the elicitation
o How to record the outputs?
o How to communicate and get confirmations on elicited results?
o Requirement elicitation techniques

• Requirement modelling
o What is requirements modelling?
o Need for requirements modelling?
o Factors to be considered while modelling the requirements
o Requirement modelling techniques

• Requirement Management
o Tracing the requirements
o Requirement traceability matrix
o Lifecycle of requirements

• Managing change requests
o What is change request?
o Change management process
o Creating and analyzing change requests
o Impact analysis
o Factors to be considered while analysing the impact
o Evaluating Business value

 

MODULE 5:
ROLE OF BUSINESS ANALYST IN SCRUM CERMONIES

• User Story creation
o What is user story?
o Why is it used?
o How to create user stories from requirements?
o User story templates
o Factors to be considered while creating the user stories
o Creating user stories from Usecases
o Understanding value vs motivation of a user story
o Splitting the user stories

• Product backlog/User story Prioritization
o What is prioritization?
o Factors to be considered while prioritizing the stories
o Selecting user stories for sprint
o Creating tasks for a user story

• Refinement/Backlog grooming
o What is backlog grooming?
o Significance of backlog grooming
o Just in time requirements
o Just in time documentation
o How much is too much?
o Challenges in backlog grooming
o Story elaboration techniques
o Understanding Value addition of user stories
o Providing Clarifications to team on user stories
o Practical challenges during sprint
o Performance related aspects of user story

 

MODULE 6:
ROLE OF BUSINESS ANALYST IN RELEASE PLANNING FOR AGILE
PROJECT
• Release planning
o What is a release?
o What is release planning?
o How to plan a release?
o Role of Business Analyst in release planning

• Story decomposition Technique
o Understanding Vision
o Understanding Themes
o Understanding Epics
o Understanding user stories
o Understanding Acceptance criteria

• Selecting themes for releases
o Factors to be considered while selecting the themes
o Theme prioritization techniques

• Selecting stories for releases
o Factors to be considered while selecting stories for release

• Prioritizing stories for release planning
o User Story prioritization techniques
o MoSCoW technique
o Other techniques

• Story mapping Technique
o Significance of Story mapping
o How is it done?

• Supporting development team
• Supporting Testing activities
o Pre-UAT
o User Acceptance testing

 

MODULE 7:
ROLE OF BUSINESS ANALYST OUT SIDE SCRUM
• Stake holder management
• Who are stakeholders?
• Importance of stakeholders
• Identifying stakeholders
• Working with stakeholders
• Handling stakeholders concerns
• How to build good rapport with Stakeholders?
• How to avoid conflicts with stakeholders?

• Risk management
o What is a risk?
o Impacts of risk?
o Illustrative examples of risks
o Significance of identifying risks in a project or in business analysis
o Risk register

• Requirements monitoring and control
o How to monitor requirements?
o Trace the requirements
o RTM

• Sign off
o What is a sign off?
o Significance of sign off
o User story sign off
o UAT sign off
o Sign off in Change requests

 

MODULE -8
Contribution from Business Analyst At Various Stages Of Project (Inception To
Closure)

• AS-IS study
o What is AS-IS state?
o What is AS-IS Process?
o How to conduct AS-IS study?
o AS-IS study report

• To-Be Proposal
• What is TO-BE State?
o To-Be processes
o Documenting TO-BE state proposal
o Incorporating feedback

• SWOT analysis
o Significance of SWOT analysis
o How to user SWOT for Professional work?
o How to use SWOT for personal improvement?
o SWOT strategies
o Usage limitations

• Process engineering
o What is a process?
o Process maps
o Swim lanes
o AS-IS Process map
o TO-BE process map
o Tools for creating process maps

• Proposing solutions
o Identifying solution options
o Working with teams
o Evaluating solution

• Adding value to business
o What is value addition?
o Type of values for a business
o Understanding business context
o Identifying value adds
o Proposing value addition

Case Study & Hands-on practice

• Business requirements
• Identifying Types of requirements
• Identifying requirements from process
• Identifying Epics from requirements
• Identifying User stories from Epics

• Prioritization techniques
o Theme prioritization techniques
o User story prioritization techniques

• Elicitation techniques
o Classic techniques
o Contextual techniques
o Group techniques

• Modelling techniques
• User story creation
• Acceptance criteria
• Refinements/Backlog grooming
• Just-in-time Documentation
• Splitting the User Stories

 

Value addition:

This training is designed uniquely which adds value to you and your career. This training makes
you job ready. Few more value additions you get from this training are:

• Examples from real time projects
• References from real time scenarios
• Illustrations and experiences from real IT world
• Tips and tricks to perform as a better BA
• Techniques to adapt changing environments when you need to work with different domains
Approach & USP
• Right balance of theory & practical scenarios
• Orientation towards real time scenarios than just theoretical explanations
• Upto-date training coverage as per industry requirement
• Easily understandable examples for IT and non-IT background candidates
• Clear illustrations of topics for both experienced and job aspirants

 

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