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In this training an individual shall learn and gain the foundations required to effectively perform key business analysis functions under an international framework as well be involved in an interactive workshop to improve your overall skills required to practice this profession with a positive outlook.

You will also be able to conduct business needs analysis to elicit stakeholder requirements, apply these critical techniques to identify opportunities and issues, create better and effective requirements and communication plans, manage solution assessment and validate the same.

The training shall include the following coverage of topics:
•  The key roles and responsibilities of the BA
•  Clearly distinguishing between BA and other related disciplines
•  Performing needs analysis
•  Introducing the best elicitation techniques
•  Categorizing and prioritizing business needs and issues using affinity diagrams
•  Assessing business capabilities and gaps
•  Exposing root causes of problems
•  Finding opportunities for growth
•  Identifying elements of the initial solution scope
•  Developing action-oriented business initiatives to address business needs and opportunities
•  Prioritization matrices
•  Anticipating project benefits and costs
•  Building SMART project objectives
•  Specifying critical project elements and deliverables
•  Documenting assumptions, ground rules and templates
•  Producing a requirements development plan to guide and manage the process
•  Building the communication plan
•  Identifying key stakeholders
•  Analyzing the impact stakeholders have on a project
•  Creating Prototypes and use cases
•  Baselining your plan
•  Following the defined change management process
•  Managing the change control process
•  Verifying, prioritizing and organizing requirements
•  Specifying the requirements document
•  Identifying key relationships using traceability
•  Addressing common pitfalls typically encountered during requirements development
•  Validating the requirements document with key stakeholders
•  Managing stakeholder agreement and conflict
•  Optimizing business value
•  Evaluating dependencies between requirements
•  Identifying organizational capability gaps
•  Defining business and technical organizational impacts