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IT Industry Fundamentals for Business Analysts ( Applicable for those who do not belong to the 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

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
  • Section 12: Meet some real Business Analysts

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 Sparx System Framework
  • Section 4: Business Process Mapping & Flowcharting
  • 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, Disintermediation 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, Rational Requisite Pro

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

Module 5: UML – Unified Modelling Language

  • Section 1: History of UML, its founding fathers and the 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 8: Creating and Utilizing Visio Stencils
  • Section 9: Mastering Visio Connectors
  • Section 10: Mastering Visio Pages
  • Section 11: Preparing Wireframes & Screen Mockups
  • 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 16: Automating Visio through VBA
  • Section 17: Recording Macros in VBA
  • Section 18: Preparing Organisation Chart in Visio
  • Section 19: Preparing the project timeline diagram through Visio
  • Section 20: Preparing Stakeholder RACI chart through 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
  • 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: BPMN Softwares: Bizagi, Oracle BPM, Calypso
  • Section 8: BPMN Diagrams: Process, Choreographies and Collaboration
  • Section 9: Model Validation, Process Validation, Process Simulation through Bizagi
  • Section 10: Live Process monitoring through MS Visio

Module 8: Bizagi Business Process Modeller

  • Section 1: Overview of Bizagi BPM Suite
  • Section 2: Process Modelling – Essentials
  • Section 3: Modelling – Activities, Events, Gateways, Transactions
  • Section 4: Best Practices & Common Modelling Errors
  • Section 5: Business Rules and their Implementation in BPM
  • Section 6: Work Allocation and Activity Assignment in Bizagi

Module 9: 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 10: 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

Module 11: 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

Module 12: Wireframes and Prototypes

  • Section 1: Wireframes. Mockups 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: Low-fi and Hif-fi Mockups
  • Section 7: Prototyping through Powerpoint

Module 13: 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 14: 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 – Alfred Chandler’s Strategy Tribology, McFarlan’s IT Grid, Gartner’s Hype curve
  • Section 12: Enterprise IT Analysis Frameworks – Zach man’s, TOGAF

Module 15: 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: Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team
  • Section 8: Preparing Product Backlog, Sprint Burn Down Charts
  • Section 9: Preparing the Agile Project Charter
  • Section 10: Xtreme Programming, Kanban
  • Section 11: Writing User Stories
  • Section 12: Story Points and Estimation of SCRUM projects

 

Module 16: 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: Create, Alter and Drop
  • Section 3: SQL Data Manipulation Language Statements: Insert, Update and Delete
  • Section 4: SQL Data Query Language: Select
  • Section 5: SQL DCL: Grant and Revoke
  • Section 6: SQL TCL Commit, Savepoint, Rollback
  • Section 7: Basic DBA concepts

Module 17: Software Test Management & User Acceptance Testing for the IT Business Analyst

  • Section 1: Software Testing and its importance
  • Section 2: Black Box, Box and Grey Box Testing
  • Section 3: Manual and Automation Testing
  • Section 4:Automation Testing Tools: Silk, Load runner
  • Section 5: Successful User Acceptance Testing for the IT Business Analyst
  • Section 6: Software Testing at the client site for every release
  • Section 7: Managing client/development team relationship under environments where a release has failed

 

 

 



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