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Agile Business Analysis Course Description

Traditional development frameworks & methodologies are quickly being replaced by iterative or agile approaches. Any organization will always look for faster product development at a lower cost, with less rework due to missed requirements targets. Effective business is the solution to develop those requirements & keep projects on track.

Get to explore contributions of good requirements development in an Agile environment & equip business analysts with the critical thinking, analytical skills & necessary people skills they need to add value to every Agile project.

In this Agile Business Analysis training, you will learn the techniques for discovering, understanding, and describing product vision; understanding and depicting personas and user stories; identifying and describing additional requirements and acceptance criteria; modeling desired product features and functions; working collaboratively with other team members; and communicating expertly with colleagues, sponsors, and business customers.

 

Agile Business Analysis Course Learning Outcomes;

  • How analysis adds business value for an Agile project’s sponsors and customers.
  • Ways business analysis aligns with the principles of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Role of the business analyst in an Agile project.
  • Differences between plan-driven; traditional & Agile approaches, how business analysis supports both.
  • Various flavors of Agile such as Scrum, XP, Kanban, and Lean.
  • How to write effective user stories and define acceptance criteria for them.
  • Techniques of story mapping, story decomposition, and story elaboration.
  • Build an effective discovery and delivery framework to help your Agile project succeed.

 

Agile Business Analysis Training – Suggested Audience

This training is aimed at all professionals involved in Agile development process. Suggested attendees based on our past programs are:

  • Project sponsor or project owner
  • Business analyst
  • Business systems analyst
  • Systems analyst
  • Project manager
  • Systems architect or designer
  • Systems or application developer
  • QA professional
  • Systems tester
  • Leader of systems, projects, or teams

 

Agile Business Analysis Training – Prerequisites

  • No as such requirements to attend this training.
  • Basic knowledge & experience in standard business analysis techniques such as defining project scope & writing requirements documentation.

 

Agile Business Analysis Training Development Units

PDUs – 24

 

Agile Business Analysis In-house/Corporate Group Training

Available for a group size of more than 4-5. For commercials please send us an email with group size to hello@pincorps.com

Course Curriculum

1. Agile Essentials
What is Agile? Details 00:00:00
The Agile Manifesto and Guiding Principles Details 00:00:00
A Variety of Agile Approaches Details 00:00:00
Hybridizing Agile Details 00:00:00
Which Agile is Right for You? Details 00:00:00
Business Analysis for Agile Projects Details 00:00:00
2. The Agile Business Analyst
The Role of Business Analyst in Agile Projects Details 00:00:00
BA Underlying Competencies Details 00:00:00
Review of Requirements Basics Details 00:00:00
It’s Still About Asking the Right Questions Details 00:00:00
Business Analysis Techniques: Some You Know and Some New Ones Details 00:00:00
Mapping BA Techniques to Agile Details 00:00:00
Guidelines for Agile Business Analysis Details 00:00:00
3. The Product Vision
A Framework for Assessing Business Needs and Value Details 00:00:00
Defining the Product That Solves the Problem Details 00:00:00
Building a Product Roadmap Details 00:00:00
The Importance of Release Planning Details 00:00:00
Stakeholders, Actors and Personas Details 00:00:00
4. The Voice of the Customer
Concepts: Goals, Themes, and Epics Details 00:00:00
User Stories Details 00:00:00
Use Cases Details 00:00:00
Story/Feature Mapping Details 00:00:00
Story Decomposition Details 00:00:00
Story Elaboration Details 00:00:00
Defining Acceptance Criteria Details 00:00:00
Storyboarding for Validation Details 00:00:00
5. Prioritizing for Business Value
What is a Product Backlog? Details 00:00:00
Prioritizing Items for the Backlog Details 00:00:00
The Importance of Sprint Planning Details 00:00:00
Managing and Grooming the Backlog Details 00:00:00
6. Clarify with Examples: Moving Toward Behavior-Driven Development
Understanding Behavior-Driven Development Details 00:00:00
How Real Examples Bridge the Gap Details 00:00:00
Using Analysis Models for Elaboration and Clarification Details 00:00:00
The “Given/When/Then/And” Technique Details 00:00:00
7. Collaboration and Continuous Improvement
Creating a Safe Working Environment Details 00:00:00
Using Collaborative Games Details 00:00:00
The Importance of Stand-Ups and Sprint Reviews Details 00:00:00
Retrospectives: Lessons Learned Details 00:00:00
Toward Continuous Improvement Details 00:00:00

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