AGILE BUSINESS ANALYSIS TRAINING

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Agile Business Analysis training course enables analysts to rapidly and intelligently prioritize requirements and optimize resource (time, talent, budget) allocation to get the right requirements “right” – using the right techniques to rapidly deliver the right level of detail and precision, to the right people at the right time.

START:
February 13, 2019
DURATION:
3 DAYS
PRICE
180,000.00

Address

PLOT 14,Odeniran close,Off Opebi,Oregun Link Bridge,Opebi Ikeja,Lagos   View map

AGILE BUSINESS ANALYSIS TRAINING

Agile Business Analysis training course enables analysts to rapidly and intelligently prioritize requirements and optimize resource (time, talent, budget) allocation to get the right requirements “right” – using the right techniques to rapidly deliver the right level of detail and precision, to the right people at the right time.

In this two-day in-depth course, participants will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to be a productive analyst on agile projects. The course focuses on skills for all three levels of an agile project: product level, release level, and iteration (sprint) level. Participants will work in small teams to build lean analysis skills and will learn how to do the right amount of analysis for the project team to be successful. In particular, participants will understand the role of the business analyst on an agile project, how to elicit and document requirements with stories and other rapidly developed models, how to prioritize requirements, and how to guide the stakeholders through the project.

AGILE BUSINESS ANALYSIS TRAINING OUTCOME

What you will achieve

  • Improve accuracy of requirements while reducing time to communicate and document
  • Handle project risks and stakeholder expectations through collaborative prioritization
  • Communicate necessary requirements to ensure acceptable project quality
  • Increase the productivity, effectiveness, and speed of development teams

AGILE BUSINESS ANALYSIS TRAINING WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

    • Define the key principles of agile project management and system development
    • Master agile requirements analysis techniques, including user stories and lean modeling
    • Understand the role of the business analyst on agile projects
    • Establish project scope through requirements prioritization
    • Validate requirements with stakeholders
    • Appreciate the value of collaboration and collaborative planning
    • Learn how to estimate stories and plan releases and iterations (sprints)
    • Adjust documentation rigor to increase productivity and facilitate communication

 

Course Outlines

Module 1: Principles of Agile Methods

Agile Principles
Agile Methods: Scrum, XP, FDD
Agile Development Practices
Iterations, Sprints, and Releases
Communication in Agile Projects
Law of Distance

Module 2: Agile Teams

Roles and Responsibilities
Product Owner
Stakeholders
Developers
Business Analyst
Proxies

Module 3: Agile Project Cycle

Agile Planning Phases
Cycles and Rythms
Progressive Elaboration
Verbal vs. Written Communication
Value of Collaboration

Module 4: Agile Business Analysis Practices

Interviewing
Horizontal Prototyping
Collaborative Storyboarding
Observations and Job Shadowing
Story Time Workshops
Agile Requirements Elicitation Skills
Managing the Backlog
Module 5: Agile Analysis vs IIBA BOK 2.0

Analysis Process
Skills versus Methodology

Module 6: Agile Analysis: Product View

Establishing a Product Vision
Product Vision Statement
Feature Elicitation
Establishing the Backlog
Creating a Product Roadmap

Module 7: Agile Analysis: Release View

Eliciting User Stories
Story Writing Workshops
Decomposing Complex Stories
Managing Epics and Sagas
Prioritizing the Backlog
Documenting Constraints

Module 8: Agile Analysis: Sprint View

Eliciting Story Details
Story Selection Strategies
Card-Conversation-Confirmation Approach
Establishing “Minimal Done Criteria”
Sizing Stories
Using Use Cases to Strengthen Stories
Story Testing
Agile Modeling

Module 9: Agile Planning

Story Estimation Techniques
Measuring Sprint Velocity
Calculating Team Capacity
Establishing Scope Boundaries
Pruning the Backlog
Task Decomposition
Task Estimation
Collecting Time Remaining Metrics
Project Metrics &Charts
Product Demonstration

Module 10: Agile User Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis
User Experience Analysis
Story Boarding
Manual Prototyping
Participatory Design

Module 11: Agile Analysis Skills &Tools

Story Writing
Use Case Tracing
User Experience Analysis
Lean UML Modeling
Whiteboarding
Wikis
Story Backlog Management Tools
Pencasting

Who Should Attend?

Business Analysts, Business Systems Analysts, Business Subject Matter Experts, Project Managers, IT Professionals and Subject Matter Experts leading or facilitating agile business analysis and anyone participating in agile business analysis.

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