Business Analyst

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26 week

Course Overview

A Business Analyst (BA) is a professional who works to bridge the gap between business needs and solutions. BAs play a crucial role in helping organizations understand their business processes, identify areas for improvement, and recommend effective solutions to achieve their goals. The primary responsibilities of a Business Analyst may include:

1: Introduction to Business Analysis

  • Role and significance of a Business Analyst in organizations.
  • Evolution of business analysis.
  • Key responsibilities and competencies of a Business Analyst.

2: Business Environment and Industry Analysis

  • Understanding the external factors affecting businesses.
  • Conducting industry analysis.
  • Assessing market trends and competitors.

 3: Stakeholder Management

  • Identifying and analyzing stakeholders.
  • Communication strategies for different stakeholders.
  • Managing conflicts and expectations.

 4: Requirements Elicitation

  • Techniques for gathering requirements (interviews, surveys, observations).
  • Documenting business needs, functional and non-functional requirements.
  • Prioritizing and validating requirements.

 5: Data Analysis and Modeling

  • Data modeling techniques (ER diagrams, data flow diagrams).
  • Analyzing and documenting data requirements.
  • Relationship between business processes and data.

 6: Process Modeling and Optimization

  • Process modeling techniques (flowcharts, swimlane diagrams).
  • Analyzing and optimizing business processes.
  • Identifying inefficiencies and proposing improvements.

 7: Use Cases and User Stories

  • Developing use cases.
  • Writing effective user stories.
  • Mapping requirements to use cases.

 8: Requirements Documentation

  • Creating clear and concise requirement documents.
  • Traceability matrices.
  • Version control and documentation management.

 9: Quality Assurance and Testing

  • Role of a Business Analyst in the testing process.
  • Collaborating with testing teams.
  • Validation and verification of requirements.

 10: Change Management

  • Understanding and managing organizational change.
  • Change management methodologies.
  • Strategies for successful implementation of changes.

 11: Project Management for Business Analysts

  • Project management principles.
  • Collaboration with project managers and other team members.
  • Role of a Business Analyst in project planning and execution.

 12: Tools and Techniques

  • Introduction to popular business analysis tools (e.g., Microsoft Visio, JIRA).
  • Use of tools for requirements documentation and project management.

 13: Business Ethics and Professionalism

  • Code of ethics for Business Analysts.
  • Professional conduct and responsibilities.
  • Handling conflicts of interest.

 14: Case Studies and Practical Applications

  • Real-world case studies and scenarios.
  • Hands-on exercises to apply learned concepts.
  • Problem-solving and decision-making skills.
What you’ll learn
  • Requirements Gathering and Analysis:
  • Data Analysis:
  • Process Mapping and Modeling:
  • Problem-solving and Critical Thinking:
  • Communication Skills:
  • Project Management:
  • Documentation Skills:
  • Tools and Software:
  • Business Process Improvement:
  • Stakeholder Management:
  • Domain Knowledge:


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