On Track Business Analysis
Business analysts are the lifeblood of a project or consultancy assignment. They ensure that the business and the technical staff are able to understand each other’s requirements and constraints. Want to become skilled at this? You need OnTrack Business Analysis a detailed CD based training course that includes supporting course notes, questions, scenarios and workshops.
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Business Analysis is the ascertaining of business requirements combined with the interface and interaction between the users and technical project staff.
Business Analysts usually work at the right hand of the project manager and alongside the designer.
A Business Analyst’s work is concentrated at the beginning of the project and before the programming begins. They will analyse and document existing systems and business requirements. The technical documents will be written and explained with a business emphasize.
This course covers the vital skills of business requirements, analysis, workflow analysis, proposals and business cases.
About The Course
The course includes complex questions and workshops to test your lessons learnt. The final workshop can be marked by Biz Guru to provide certification and is inclusive in the price. This is CD based training is aimed at new project managers, those who wish to improve their skills with formal training and senior managers who wish to gain an understanding of what project managers do.
There are a number of exercises, workshops and scenarios within the course. They are designed to test and improve your knowledge. One of the workshops can be marked by Biz Guru to provide certification.
Summary of Course
- What makes a good business analyst?
- Building a Client Relationship
Defining the Business Requirement
- Scoping and Defining Objectives
- The Business Case
Requirement Gathering Techniques
Reports and Proposals
- Report Writing
- Proposal writing & presentation
- SWOT Analysis
- Cost Benefit Analysis
- Work Flow Analysis
- Processes and Procedures
- Organizational Analysis
- The Project Initiation Document (PID)
- User Requirement Specification
- So, what are user requirements?
The Feasibility Study The Proposal
Workshops, exercises and scenarios
33 pages of course notes
96 pages of slides