|Business Analysis Requirements
This course will present the tasks and techniques used by a business analyst to analyze stated requirements in order to define the required capabilities of a potential solution that will fulfill stakeholder needs. The course covers the definition of stakeholder requirements, which describes what a solution must be capable of doing to meet the needs of one or more stakeholder groups, and solution requirements, which describe the behavior of solution components in enough detail to allow them to be constructed. The tasks covered in this course will apply to both stakeholder and solutions requirements. This class also includes practice exam questions that will help you prepare for taking the CCBA certification exam.
Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Prioritize requirements
- Organize requirements
- Specify and model requirements
- Define assumptions and constraints
- Verify requirements
- Validate requirements
- Take practice test for the requirements analysis portion of the CCBA (IIBA) exam for preparation for actual exam.
This course addresses the following knowledge areas identified by the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (IIBA):
- Requirements Analysis
- Business Analysis Planning & Monitoring
- Enterprise Analysis
Audience: Systems analysts, business analysts, requirements analysts, developers, software engineers, IT project managers, project managers, project analysts, project leaders, senior project managers, team leaders, program managers, testers, QA specialists or anyone involved in organizational decision making.
Pre-requisite: We strongly urge participants to attend the Business Analysis Fundamentals course prior to any of the BA courses.