- Self-paced study at your own pace
- Based on a practical case study (Laura the Business Analyst)
- Identifies the ten most useful BA techniques for any project
- Determines when to use Document Analysis and Interview as requirements elicitation techniques and best practices to apply
Target AudienceBusiness Analysts of any level.
Key benefits of this course
This course provides a simplified repeatable approach for applying the 10 key Business Analysis techniques that will help you deliver requirements on every project, every time.
As Business Analysts, we have a lot of useful resources supporting us in our professional journeys. Professional associations, certifications, training, continuing education programs, and online resources all offer great information. But do you ever feel that you don't have enough time to keep up with the new information? You may bookmark the latest blog and save an interesting Business Analysis podcast, but never get around to exploring them. When thrown into a project, you wish you could bundle all that wealth of information in a clear, concise clear step-by-step approach with a set of fail-proof techniques you can apply time and time again?
Through our years of experience in the Business Analysis industry, we have applied a variety of techniques on projects with various degree of successes, and in the end, we were able to take our learning and boil it down to the 10 BABOK techniques that are absolute must haves when applied with our approach. While other techniques are helpful, the 10 you will learn in this course are foundational for all Business Analysis work you perform. Once you master these techniques and methodology, you will confidently deliver high quality requirements in any business domain, application, or industry.
Natasha Kordonska, CBAP
Professor of Business Analysis at University of Toronto and George Brown College (part-time), and a Senior Manager of Business Analysis at a major Canadian bank. Natasha holds a M.A.Sc and has created and led a business analysis practice management team, pioneered centers of excellence and communities of practice, worked as a consulting business analyst and has been a requirements consultant on hundreds of projects. She has multiple years of experience in formal and informal training, coaching and mentoring business analysts including developing and delivering IIBA certified internal requirements training programs.
A CBAP member since 2008, Natasha has been a champion of the Business Analyst profession by regularly presenting at the IIBA Toronto chapter and Project Management Business Analysis World Toronto, and Building Business Capability conferences.