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A business analyst is a person who processes, interprets and documents business processes, products, services and software through analysis of data. The role of a business analyst is to ensure business efficiency increases through their knowledge of both IT and business function

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Duration of Training  :  40 hrs

Batch type  :  Weekdays/Weekends

Mode of Training  :  Classroom/Online/Corporate Training


Business Analytics Training & Certification in Pune

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Business analysts evaluate past and current business data with the primary goal of improving decision-making processes within organizations.
Coding and other technical stuff really don’t require to become a business analyst. As the business analyst role is challenging, it is more require analytical skills, problem-solving skills, Strong communication and domain knowledge.
The Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP ®) designation is a professional certification for individuals with extensive business analysis (BA) experience


Chapter-1 : Introduction
Introduction – Purpose of the BABOK® Guide – What is Business Analysis? – Who is a Business Analyst? – Structure of the BABOK® Guide


Chapter-2 : Business Analysis Key Concepts
The Business Analysis Core Concept Model™ – Key Terms – Requirements Classification Schema – Stakeholders – Requirements and Designs


Chapter-3 : Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
Plan Business Analysis Approach – Plan Stakeholder Engagement – Plan Business Analysis Governance – Plan Business Analysis Information Management – Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements


Chapter-4 : Elicitation and Collaboration
Prepare for Elicitation – Conduct Elicitation – Confirm Elicitation Results – Communicate Business Analysis Information – Manage Stakeholder Collaboration


Chapter-5 : Requirements Life Cycle Management
Trace Requirements – Maintain Requirements – Prioritize Requirements – Assess Requirements Changes – Approve Requirements


Chapter-6 : Strategy Analysis
Analyze Current State – Define Future State – Assess Risks – Define Change Strategy


Chapter-7 : Requirements Analysis and Design Definition
Specify and Model Requirements – Verify Requirements – Validate Requirements – Define Requirements Architecture  – Define Design Options – Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution


Chapter-8 : Solution Evaluation
Measure Solution Performance – Analyze Performance Measures – Assess Solution Limitations – Assess Enterprise Limitations  – Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value


Chapter-9 : Underlying Competencies
Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving – Behavioural Characteristics – Business Knowledge – Communication Skills – Interaction Skills – Tools and Technology


Chapter-10 : Techniques
Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria – Backlog Management – Balanced Scorecard – Benchmarking and Market Analysis – Brainstorming – Business Capability Analysis – Business Cases – Business Model Canvas – Business Rules Analysis – Collaborative Games – Concept Modelling – Data Dictionary – Data Flow Diagrams –  Data Mining – Data Modelling – Decision Analysis – Decision Modelling – Document Analysis – Estimation – Financial Analysis – Focus Groups – Functional Decomposition – Glossary – Interface Analysis – Interviews – Item Tracking – Lessons Learned – Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) – Mind Mapping – Non-Functional Requirements Analysis – Observation – Organizational Modelling – Prioritization – Process Analysis – Process Modelling – Prototyping – Reviews – Risk Analysis and Management – Roles and Permissions Matrix  – Root Cause Analysis – Scope Modelling – Sequence Diagrams – Stakeholder List, Map, or Personas – State Modelling – Survey or Questionnaire – SWOT Analysis – Use Cases and Scenarios – User Stories – Vendor Assessment – Workshops


Chapter-11 : Perspectives
The Agile Perspective – The Business Intelligence Perspective – The Information Technology Perspective – The Business Architecture Perspective – The Business Process Management Perspective




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