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Core Principles for Business Analysis

Course number : 2100004   
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CourseGraphic You will learn business analysis and its principles, practices, roles and responsibilities. If you are a new business analyst or experienced in your role, you will appreciate this high quality course as you create an actual feasibility study and business case.  Instruction as well as group exercises keep you engaged and encourage you to share personal experiences.

Outline:
What is Business Analysis?
  •   What is the BABOK?
  •   Business Analysis Environment
  •   BA Overview
Determining the rigor of BA needed
  • Define Business Need
  •  Triggers and Drivers
  •   Input ? Business Goals and Objectives
  •   Techniques 
  •   Benchmarking
  •   Root Cause Analysis
  •   Output: Desired  Outcome 
Assess Capability Gaps

Determine Solution Approach
  • Techniques
  •  Feasibility  Studies
  •  Estimating
Define Solution Scope
  •  Techniques
  •    Problem or Vision  Statement
Define Business Case
  • Techniques
  •  Decision  Analysis
  •  Cost  Benefit Analysis
  •  SWOT  Analysis
  •  Risk  Assessment
  • Sample Business Cases
Case Study

Class Details

2 Sessions
Weekly - Thu, Fri

Location
Mammel Hall

Instructor
Pamela Soderholm 

CEUs : 1.3

Fee: 

$599.00


Registration Closes On
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
2/6/2020 - 2/7/2020 Weekly - Thu, Fri 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Omaha, Mammel Hall  Map Pamela Soderholm