Developing a Business Analysis Work Plan Training CourseHaving trouble getting started with your business analysis work? Unsure about how much time to request from your project manager?
Having trouble getting started with your business analysis work? Unsure about how much time to request from your project manager?
Developing a business analysis work plan will prevent major problems by ensuring that all of the appropriate stakeholders are involved and the requirements will be analysed and presented using the most effective communication approaches. This class teaches students to consider all of the project and stakeholder characteristics before deciding on appropriate deliverables and producing a time estimate. The work plan also helps the business analyst develop realistic time estimates based on the chosen deliverables. These estimates provide detailed justification for negotiation with project managers and project sponsors. During class students are presented the Business Analysis Planning Framework™ and are given worksheets to guide their planning efforts.
Students are encouraged to bring their own project initiation documentation for a current or past project to the class. During the workshops, students will develop their business analysis work plan. If students do not have a project, a class case study is available and should be reviewed prior to the first day of class.
Regardless of when the BA joins a project or the project type, this class will guide planners to deliver an intelligent business analysis work plan to the project manager and have a detailed roadmap upon which they can immediately begin to execute. The business analysis work plan may be a single sheet of brief notes on a small project or a more formal document on larger projects. Regardless of the output produced, an excellent business analyst thinks through the plan before starting work.
This course supports and extends the techniques in the IIBA’s BABOK® Guide V2.0.
This course is intended for anyone who is interested in learning a practical approach to planning the necessary business analysis tasks for their project.
Business analysts registering for this course must have attended Essential Skills for Business Analysis, or have at least 2 years experience in requirements elicitation, analysis, and documentation uses structured techniques. Contact IndigoCube if you would like to discuss an exception being made to these prerequisites.
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