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!
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.
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!
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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