Business analysis is increasingly vital to today's business environment. By identifying problems and opportunities, discovering and recommending solutions, and fostering a comprehensive understanding of stakeholder requirements, business analysts can help organizations choose and structure projects and initiatives more effectively. This course introduces the work of business analysis, explores who undertakes business analyst functions, and the type of skills necessary to conduct business analysis successfully. Then, attention turns to needs assessment, where problems and opportunities are identified, organizational ability to respond is assessed, recommendations for action are developed, feasibility is weighed for various options, best options are selected, and business cases for action are developed.
Explore the role of business analysts in project and organizational
environments, learn what effective business analysis can accomplish, and
discover how to effectively identify and assess needs to solve problems
and take advantage of opportunities
Who Should AttendCandidates should have an interest in business analysis and at least a bit of exposure to project management or business analysis within your organization.
RequirementsHave a computer preferably a laptop with any operating system: Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux
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