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Business Analysis

Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an enterprise by defining Needs and recommending Solutions that deliver value to stakeholders
This course is designed to help professionals:
- Gain the knowledge, skills, and techniques to become a
successful Business Analyst
- Practice the role of business analyst throughout the project
life cycle phases
- to acquire an overview of principles, concepts, processes, tools, and
techniques of business analysis.
- to provide the participants with practical training in analysis and specification
techniques to understand how to analyze a business in a systematic manner.




  • Training Type
  • Training

  • Topics
  • - OVERVIEW
    - Difference between Business Analyst and Similar roles
    - 3 Dimension to become a Business Analyst
    - Tools and Techniques
    - Requirements elicitation
    - Requirement Elicitation Planning (includes Exercise)
    - Requirement Elicitation Process
    - Requirement Elicitation Techniques (includes Exercise)
    - Writing effective BRD (includes Exercise)
    - Requirements Prioritization (includes Exercise)
    - Requirements Validation and Verification
    - Requirements Management and Change Management
    - Requirements Traceability (includes Exercise)
    - Solution Assessment
    - Requirements Analysis / Types of Requirements (BRD, SRS, FRS)
    - Requirements engineering in AGILE
    - Famous Agile Frameworks overview
    - Business Analysis in agile environment using Scrum

  • Pre-requisites
  • Software Engineering Background.

  • Audience
  • - Software Developers.
    - Quality Engineers.
    - System/Business Analyst.
    - Project Managers.
    - Individuals seeking CBAP Knowledge.
    - Individuals seeking Agile Knowledge.

  • Related Courses
  • None

  • Value of Training
  • After completing the course, you will be able to:
    - Understand business analysis key concepts
    - Similar roles to Business Analyst
    - Perform core business analyst tasks and practice their tools and techniques. These tasks include
    but not limited to
    - Stakeholder analysis
    - Elicitation
    - Scope Definition
    - Requirement gathering
    - Requirement development
    - Requirements tracing /maintenance
    - Requirements Validation and Verification
    - Solution Evaluation
    - Business Analysts Role in Agile environment
    - Agile and Scrum Overview
    - Backlogs and user stories

  • Training Hours
  • 40 Hours

scheduled date Location time No of days price  
September 14, 2019 cairo 40 Apply To The Course