1 – Introduction to Business Analysis

Business analysis defined

3 – Strategy Analysis and Change

The definition of Strategy Analysis

Components of Strategy Analysis

Identifying stakeholders and business needs

4 – Understanding and Defining Solution Scope

Defining Solution Scope

Project scope vs. product scope

Defining a problem statement

Techniques for defining scope

5 – Understanding Requirements

Define the term requirement

Understand requirement types

Present the requirements process

Requirements vs. specifications and business rules

6 – Planning and Eliciting Requirements

The Requirements Work Plan (RWP)

Components of the RWP

Identifying good questions for elicitation

Active listening

Categories and types of elicitation techniques

7 – Analyzing and Documenting Requirements

Understanding requirements analysis

The Business Requirements Document (BRD)

The BRD vs. the functional requirements specification

BRD components

The purpose of packaging requirements

8 – Elicitation and Process Modeling

Why models are created

Objectives of modeling

What is process management

Understanding process modeling

Modeling using BPMN

AS-IS vs. TO-BE modeling

BPMN subclasses

BPMN simple structure


Business Process Modeling case study

9 – Verifying and Validating Requirements

The difference between validation and verification

Characteristics of good requirements

Risks associated with requirements

Types of testing approaches

Creating a test plan

Requirements traceability matrix

Verified and validated requirements

10 – Additional Resources

Helpful links for obtaining additional business analysis information


This course has been designed for those aspiring to start a career as a business analyst and this course will help participant build business analysis skills  needed for the profession. business analysis refers to the tasks, knowledge and techniques needed to identify business requirements and determine solutions to business problems. business analysis is the key figure in understanding business requirements and their implementation. attending this training class will help you learn advanced concepts.