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如果您想在成为炙手可热的商业分析师(BA),并以此在加拿大或者美国等城市就业,或将更多业务分析应用于项目管理,则此实战课程非常适合您。 您将学习如何通过与业务客户合作来识别问题,阐明他们的需求,并验证和记录需求以促进解决方案,从而增加价值。 这门课程适合任何想要更强大的商业分析技能的人,包括项目和流程经理,财务分析师和服务提供商,IT经理和其他专家。 您将获得宝贵的技能,并且您还将全程参与商业case等。

您将获得

  • 培养成功进行业务分析所需的知识和技能。
  • 向利益相关者和潜在雇主传达业务分析工具,技能和知识
  • 平衡技术和人员技能,以定义和确定业务问题并促进解决方案
  • 根据项目,团队和运营目标制定切合实际的业务分析计划
  • 创建有影响力的可交付成果,促进利益相关者的决策
  • 通过成功完成全面的证书并为未来的机会和专业指定做好准备来获得信心
  • 在讲师的带领下参与真实商业案例的生命周期
  • 了解掌握企业的工作流程和步骤
  • 掌握编写个阶段的文档
  • 在面试时有信心讲解描述参与过的项目

课程福利

  • 识别业务需求和问题,并促进有效的解决方案。
  • 获得为您的组织增加价值的实用技能。
  • 面试辅导
  • 商业项目实习

课程实战项目(参与一个或多个)

  1. Learning Centre Management System
  2. Enterprise Level database driven Application
  3. KPI/Dashboard
  4. Inquiry/Enrolment Management
  5. Student/Tutoring Management
  6. Financial Management
  7. Course Management
  8. Online Training
  9. Scheduling

课程大纲Syllabus

Associate Level Software Business Analyst Program Syllabus
Covered through Live Classes, Project Work, Video Library, Case Studies , Quizzes and Software Practical

 

 

 

Name Module Hours
IT Industry Fundamentals for BA M0 3 hours
Business Analysis Fundamentals M1 6 hours
Business Rule/Process/Procedure M2-3 6 hours
Business Owner/Product Owner/People (Stakeholder) M4 3 hours
Tools & Technologies M5 – 7 6 hours
BA duties at every phase of SDLC M8-12 6 hours
Mythology Agile BA M13 3 hours
BSA for Enterprise Design M14 3 hours
DA/BA – Database driven business system M15 3 hours
QA/BA – Quality Assurance Delivery M16 3 hours
Facilitation Skills/Writing and Managing Requirement Documents/Professionalism   4 hours

 

 

 

 

Preparatory Module 0: IT Industry Fundamentals for Business Analysts (Applicable for those who do not belong to IT industry)

  • Section 1: Software Development Life Cycle
  • Section 2 : Software Development Methodologies – Water Fall, Iterative, Agile, etc.
  • Section 3: Types of Software Projects – Greenfield, Migration, Product Customization, Maintenance etc.
  • Section 4: Software Testing, Test Plans, Test Automation, Black Box and White Box Testing
  • Section 5: IT Implementation
  • Section 6 : IT Deployment Environments – SAAS, On Premise, Client Server etc.
  • Section 7: Software Licensing, Subscription and Sale Models
  • Section 8: Project Development Vs Product Development
  • Section 9: RUP, DevOps Methodologies
  • Section 10: Cloud Service and Deployment Models – Public, Private, Hybrid, Community, IAAS, PAAS, SAAS
  • Recap & Closing with real business demo

Module 1: IT Business Analysis Essentials

  • Section 1: Activities of an IT Business Analyst
  • Section 2: Analysis, Business Analysis, IT Business Analysis defined
  • Section 3: Objectives of Business Analysis
  • Section 4: Business Analysis Core Concept Model
  • Section 5: Who is an IT Business Analyst
  • Section 6: Business Analysis Levels or Views – Process, Project, Enterprise and Industry
  • Section 7: Business Analysis Framework and Techniques
  • Section 8: IT Business Analysis Software
  • Section 10: IT Business Analyst Skills
  • Section 11: IT Business Analyst Career Path and Salaries
  • Recap & Closing with daily job routines

Module 2: Business Process Analysis

  • Section 1: What is a Business Process
  • Section 2: Critical Analysis of a Business Process
  • Section 3: Business Process Analysis Data Modules
  • Section 4: Business Process Mapping & Flow charting
  • Section 5: As Is – To Be Analysis for a Business Process
  • Section 6: Business Process Mapping and Modelling Frameworks
  • Section 7: Business Process Mapping and Modelling Software
  • Section 8: Business Process Re-Engineering & Re-Design
  • Section 9: Business Process Automation, Disinter mediation and Re-intermediation
  • Section 10: Business Process Simulation

Module 3: Requirements Process – The Core of IT Business Analyst Activity

  • Section 1: What is a Requirement
  • Section 2: Attributes of Requirements
  • Section 3: Importance of Requirements for IT Projects
  • Section 4: Types of Requirements: Business, Enterprise, Solution, Stakeholder, Transition
  • Section 5: Functional and Non-Functional Requirements
  • Section 6: Overview of Requirements Engineering and Management
  • Section 7: Requirements Basics: Mapping, Modelling, Traceability Matrix, Tracking
  • Section 8: Business Process Re-Engineering & Re-Design
  • Section 9: Important Requirement Process Steps: Elicitation, Analysis, Documentation, Validation, Management
  • Section 10: Requirement Software Companies – JIRA,
  • Real case demo of Documentation at every phase of SDLC

Module 4: Stakeholder Analysis

  • Section 1: Stakeholder Definition
  • Section 2: Importance of Stakeholder
  • Section 3: Stakeholder Identification – Onion Diagram
  • Section 4: Stakeholder Identification – Wheel
  • Section 5: Stakeholder Classification – Power Influence Matrix
  • Section 6: Stakeholder Engagement Techniques – Power/Influence Vs Interest
  • Section 7: Stakeholder RACI Chart, its preparation through Visio
  • Section 8: Stake Holder Persona
  • Section 9: Stakeholder Alignment and Sponsorship
  • Section 10: Managing Internal stakeholders
  • ​Section 11: Preparing Stakeholder map through Excel
  • Real case demo of KPI/Dashboard

Module 5: UML – Unified Modelling Language

  • Section 1: History of UML, its founding fathers and role of OMG (Object Management Group)
  • Section 2: UML Diagrams –UML Structure and UML Behavior Diagrams
  • Section 3: Important UML Diagrams for IT Business Analysts
  • Section 4: Overview of UML Structure Diagrams
  • Section 5: Class Diagrams
  • Section 6: Activity Diagrams
  • Section 7: Use Case Diagrams
  • Section 8: State Machine Diagrams
  • Section 9: Sequence Diagrams
  • Section 10: Deployment Diagrams
  • Section 11: Other UML Diagrams

Module 6: Microsoft Visio

  • Section 1: Importance of MS Visio
  • Section 2: MS Visio Versions and Add Ons
  • Section 3: What Visio can do for IT Business Analysts
  • Section 4: Starting MS Visio
  • Section 5: Various Visio File Types and Extensions
  • Section 6: Visio Ribbons, Menu and Pages
  • Section 7: Utilizing, Creating and Mastering Visio Shapes
  • Section 11: Preparing Wireframes & Screen Mock-ups
  • Section 12: Preparing Website maps
  • Section 13: Preparing Flowcharts in Visio
  • Section 14: Preparing UML Diagrams in Visio
  • Section 15: Preparing Business Process Model and Notation Diagrams
  • Section 18 : Preparing Organisation Chart in Visio
  • Real case sharing using MS Visio

Module 7: Business Process Model and Notation

  • Section 1: What is BPMN
  • Section 2: Origin of BPMN -BPMI (Business Process Management Institute) and OMG (Object Management Group)
  • Section 3: BPMN Notations, Diagrams: Process, Choreographies and Collaboration
  • Section 4: Importance of BPMN
  • Section 5: Types of Process Modelling – Process Maps, Models, Descriptions
  • Section 6: BPMN Elements: Flow Objects, Data, Swim Lanes, Connecting Objects, Artifacts
  • Section 7: Process Models – Part I (Non-UML)
  • Section 8: Process Models – Part II (UML)
  • Section 9: Usage Models – Part I (Non-UML)
  • Section 10: Usage Models – Part II (UML, Use Cases)
  • Integrating the Models

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Module 8: Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

  • Section 1: Plan the Business Analysis Approach
  • Section 2: Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  • Section 3: Plan Business Analysis Governance
  • Section 4: Plan Business Analysis Information Management
  • Section 5: Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements
  • Section 6: Plan Requirements Management Process
  • Section 7: Manage Business Analysis Performance

Module 9: Requirements Elicitation & Collaboration

  • Section 1: Elicitation: What and When
  • Section 2: Elicitation Tasks
  • Section 3: Prepare for Elicitation
  • Section 4: Conduct Elicitation Activity
  • Section 5: Document Elicitation Results
  • Section 6: Confirm Elicitation Results
  • Section 7: Manage Stakeholder Collaboration
  • Real case – SharePoint

Module 10: Requirements Analysis

  • Section 1: Requirements Analysis: What and When
  • Section 2: RA: The Business Analyst Tasks
  • Section 3: Prioritize Requirements
  • Section 4: Specify and Model Requirements
  • Section 5: Define Assumption and Constraints
  • Section 6: Verify Requirements
  • Section 7: Validate Requirements
  • Model Validation, Process Validation,

Module 11: Wireframes and Prototypes

  • Section 1: Wireframes. Mock-ups and Prototypes Essentials
  • Section 2: Preparing Wire-frames through MS Excel
  • Section 3: Wireframe preparation exercise through Balsamiq 3.5
  • Section 4: Prepare mockup of Android Payments App
  • Section 5: Prepare Apple iPhone home screen mockup
  • Section 6: Prototyping through balsamic mock-ups
  • Section 7: Prototyping through PowerPoint

Module 12: Solution Assessment and Validation

  • Section 1: Solution Assessment and Validation: What and When
  • Section 2: Asses Proposed Solution
  • Section 3: Allocate Requirements
  • Section 4: Asses Organizational Readiness
  • Section 5: Define Transition Requirements
  • Section 6: Validate Solution
  • Section 7: Evaluate Solution Performance
  • Section 8: Requirement Management

Module 13: Agile Business Analysis

  • Section 1: Agile Software Development – An Overview
  • Section 2: Agile Manifesto and Philosophy
  • Section 3: Agile Methodology
  • Section 4: Agile Software Development Lifecycle
  • Section 5: Scrum
  • Section 6: Managing Sprint Planning, Daily SCRUM, Sprint Review & Sprint Retrospectives
  • Section 7: Three Roles in Scrum: Scum Master, Product Owner and Development Team
  • Section 8: Preparing Product Backlog, Sprint Burn Down Charts
  • Section 9: Preparing Agile Project Charter
  • Section 11: Writing User Stories
  • Section 12: Story Points and Estimation on SCRUM projects

 

 

Module 14: BSA for Enterprise IT Analysis

  • Section 1: Analysis Revisited – Industry, Enterprise, Project, Process
  • Section 2: What is an Enterprise
  • Section 3: Enterprise – Mission, Vision, Values, Strategies, Objectives
  • Section 4: Enterprise IT Analysis – What, When, Why, How, By/For Whom
  • Section 5: Enterprise IT Analysis Activities & Task List
  • Section 6: Defining the Business Need
  • Section 7: Assessing Capability Gaps
  • Section 8: Determining Solution Approach
  • Section 9: Define the Solution Scope
  • Section 10: Preparing Business and Enterprise IT Architecture
  • Section 11: Enterprise IT Analysis Useful Techniques
  • Real Case – application of Microsoft CRM/AX

Module 15: SQL and Database Concepts for the IT Business Analyst

  • Section 1: Database concepts and the 3rd Normal Form, Primary Key, Foreign Key and Database design
  • Section 2: SQL Data Definition Language Statements: Import/Export/Bulk
  • Section 3: SQL Data Manipulation Language Statements: Insert, Update and Delete
  • Section 4: SQL Data Query Language: Select
  • Section 5: Basic DBA concepts
  • Section 6: Data Module
  • Real Case – MS Dynamics CRM

Module 16: Software Test Management & User Acceptance Testing for the IT Business Analyst

  • Section 1: Software Testing and its importance
  • Section 2: Manual and Automation Testing
  • Section 3: Automation Testing Tools : Silk, Load runner
  • Section 4: Successful User Acceptance Testing for the IT Business Analyst
  • Section 5: Software Testing at the client site for every release
  • Section 6: Managing client / development team relationship under environments where a release has failed
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