The Business Analysis Practitioner course provides detailed guidance about how to apply and tailor the AgileBA approach to a given scenario.
Here's what you'll learn:
- Identifying stakeholders and user types (personae).
- Applying popular agile techniques in a project situation, e.g. MoSCoW prioritisation, timeboxing, modelling, prototyping, and iterative development.
- Gathering, analysing, prioritising and managing requirements for incremental solution delivery.
- Organising and running Facilitated Workshops.
- Creating a limited set of artefacts within the agile lifecycle, such as the Business Case and the Prioritised Requirements List (“PRL”).
- Measuring the benefits of any business and system changes that have been delivered.
This training is ideal for the following people:
- Practising business analysts.
- Team members who are looking to become agile business analysts.
- Those wishing to understand and use the tools and techniques of agile business analysis, e.g. product owners, project managers with business analysis responsibilities, systems analysts, developers and testers.
- Individuals who have completed the AgileBA Foundation certificate.
Delegates must have the AgileBA Foundation Certificate
Delegates are invited to take an online exam at the end of the course:
- Complex multiple-choice
- Four questions per paper, with a maximum of 20 marks per question
- 40 marks are required to pass (out of 80)
- 2.5-hour duration
- Open-book (Agile Business Analysis Handbook only).