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Introduction to Business Analysis

  • Overview and Personal Introduction

Definition of BA

Underlying Competencies & Knowledge Areas                                

  • Decision Making
  • Learing and Exploring
  • Problem solving
  • Business /industry / Solution Knowledge
  • Communication Skills- Oral and Written
  • Presentation Skills
  • Facilatetation Skills
  • Team Work        
  • Business Planning and Monitoring
  • Elicitation
  • Requirement Management & communication
  • Requirement Analysis

SDLC - Requirement Gathering Modes / Scope / Freezing

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

SDLC - Types of Requirements / Elicitation

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

SDLC - Requirement Gathering Templates URD / BR

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

SDLC - Functional Specifications

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

SDLC - Development / Production Technical Specification Templates /CRM / RTM

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

SDLC - Testing, Use Cases SIT and UAT PHASE, Implementation

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

SDLC - Delivery, Sign-OFF and Support / JIRA

  • Exploring the all SDLC Based on Templates

Transferable Skills of Business Analyst / Handover

  • Interactive Session, Where we will be having discussions on Transferable Skills

Tools & Techniques SIT, UAT and Functional Testing

  • Technical Aspects
  • Use Cases, Test Case Scenarios, Test Cases and Templates

Tools & Techniques -Data Querying / SQL / Data warehousing concepts & agile software development

  • Understanding of Data warehousing, Basic Querying and Parameterization

Tools & Techniques - Microsoft Visio Flow Charts

  • Basic Flow Chart preparation exercise MS Visio

Case Study that includes all Business Analysis Deliverables, assignments and Project

http://www.21cssindia.com/courses/business-analyst-online-training-68.html

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