Business Analysis

Whether you have “analyst” in your title or not, you do business analysis.  The current trends show business analysts becoming more technical in nature which is leaving room for organizations to transform the way they get work done.  More and more the analysis duties are becoming a shared responsibility across the business and IT teams.  Is it time to get ahead of the change curve?  Entire organizations need analysis skills  to meet the oncoming changes of digital transformation, Agile adoption, and delivering the solutions that can compete in the 21st century.

Can you say yes to any of the following?

We need to strengthen the leadership skills, strategic analysis, digital transformation, and systems thinking of our current business analysts.

We need a business analysis boot camp to get our entire team speaking the same language and performing similar tasks.

We need to educate our Agile teams so they all do parts of the business analysis necessary to be successful.

The Uncommon League has one of the most robust business analysis training programs to meet your needs.  Curated and taught by Bob the BA and the Out of the Box BA – two of the industry’s most respected and well known business analysis trainers.  

CIO magazine named us Top 10 Business Analysis Boot Camp – check it out!

Each of our courses is designed as a gamified experience that will challenge your ideas of common approaches to everyday business challenges. We believe that these skills are the superpowers everyone needs, regardless of role, title or even job function.

Let’s talk today about how business analysis training can build the right products at the right time for the right people.

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Scheduled Courses

Planning & Estimating

When there isn’t a one-size fits all approach to analysis, we need to take time at the beginning of the project to plan out what it will take to ensure that requirements are well understood and well documented.

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Documenting & Managing

Once you’ve elicited and modeled, there’s a good chance you need to create some type of documentation to ensure that requirements are well understood. Whether you are working in a traditional, plan-driven environment or in an agile-like situation, this course will help you write well-formed requirements. We’ll also work through where the business analyst fits in to the project process after the requirements are documented. Prioritization, traceability, and testing, oh my!

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Analysis & Modeling

There’s more to the BA role than just taking notes or scribing at meetings. This course helps us put the analysis in the Business Analyst! Let’s create order from the chaos and create a deeper understanding of what was uncovered during the elicitation process. We’ll learn the nuts and bolts of modeling as well as how to use models as an alternative elicitation method, and how to extract requirements from models.

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Stakeholders & Elicitation

In order to be effective during elicitation and to ensure a complete understanding of requirements, we need to identify and analyze who the stakeholders are and what makes them tick. Once we know who we’re working with and their motivations for the initiative, we can focus on facilitating effective collaborative elicitation sessions. We’ll explore a model for requirements elicitation, including how to select elicitation techniques that will help you reach your goals. We aren’t known as the technique guys for nothing! We’ll discuss and practice several classic and modern elicitation techniques too!

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Vision & Scope

How are projects or initiatives created and defined? When is strategy defined and how is it communicated? When should we build bespoke software or purchase something from a vendor? How can we understand the scope of an effort and communicate it clearly?

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Intro to Business Analysis

If you’ve ever wondered what business analysis is all about, or what it would take to become a business analyst, this introduction course is for you!  Whatever your situation, this course is a great way to understand what Business Analysis is and how these competencies and techniques are crucial for anyone who works on projects.

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How to Play at Work (but still get stuff done)

Gamification is everywhere, from keeping our brains limber playing Words With Friends to earning achievement badges for completing annual security training. Game techniques combine our need for achievement with the comfort of rules and process. Even with our shift into virtual workplaces, we crave normal, yet we need some productive fun too. How do you get engagement when we’re all working from home? Let’s go beyond sticky notes and learn some of The Uncommon League’s favorite games that get project work done, no matter how far apart we are (literally and figuratively).

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Course Catalog

Business Analysis Certificate

The Uncommon League’s Business Analysis Certificate is consistently rated one of the best in the business. The Business Analysis Certificate is a foundations program comprised of 6 courses spanning 9 days of training.

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Planning & Estimating

When there isn’t a one-size fits all approach to analysis, we need to take time at the beginning of the project to plan out what it will take to ensure that requirements are well understood and well documented.

Learn More »

Documenting & Managing

Once you’ve elicited and modeled, there’s a good chance you need to create some type of documentation to ensure that requirements are well understood. Whether you are working in a traditional, plan-driven environment or in an agile-like situation, this course will help you write well-formed requirements. We’ll also work through where the business analyst fits in to the project process after the requirements are documented. Prioritization, traceability, and testing, oh my!

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