Business Analysis is the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and to recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals. This seminar is a high-level appreciation of Business Analysis as a distinct discipline. It discusses the use of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge in embedding quality practices and implementing quality methodologies in an organization. This course demonstrates how to build real-world models that express complex business requirements that are used as inputs in solutions development.

Business-Analysis seminar 2013

Participants will learn how to identify and translate business goals and needs into solutions, and use them to derive both functional and non-functional requirements. This seminar includes appropriate usage of various business analysis techniques used by the business analyst in different kinds of business situations. A business analyst is any person who performs business analysis activities, no matter what their job title or organizational role maybe.

Business Analysis Seminar 2013
When: August 7, 2013
Where: AIM Conference Center, Makati City Philippines

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES

At the end of the seminar, the participants will be able to:

1. Distinguish the scope of responsibilities of a business analyst working on the ‘business-side’ from a business analyst working on the IT/ Technology-side.
2. Explain the various knowledge areas in business analysis.
3. Model business workflow using use cases and activity diagrams.
4. Present the distinction among levels of requirements.
5. Write good business & solution requirements based on international standards and best practices.
6. Trace requirements from business to transition requirements.

KEY SEMINAR TOPICS

1. Introduction to Business Analysis
– The Business Analysis Body of Knowledge 2.0
– The Body of Knowledge Analysis Relationship

2. The Role of a Business Analysis

3. Business Analysis Skills and Techniques used in Identifying and Defining Continuous Improvement Projects

4. Concepts and Principles of Requirements
– Requirements vs. Specifications

5. Classification of Requirements based on BABOK 2.0

6. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
– Plan Business Analysis Approach
– Plan Business Analysis Activities

7. Enterprise Analysis
– Inputs/Outputs for Enterprise Analysis Tasks
– Business Case Development

8. Requirements Analysis
– Prioritize and Organize Requirements
– Specify and Model Requirements

9. Requirements Management Processes

10. Solution Assessment and Validation Processes

Contact:
http://www.fmi.com.ph/events/business-analysis-seminar-2013/
No.: 8960639, 8960637