The number of business analysis jobs is predicted to increase 19 percent by 2022. This research indicates a growing need for professionals skilled in effective requirements management. The PMI-PBA® credential spotlights your ability to effectively work with stakeholders to define their business requirements, shape the output of projects and drive successful business outcomes.
Through PMI-PBA® training course you will learn essential PMI Guide to Business Analysis (2014 Edition) terminologies, tools and techniques.
Business Customers, Users or Partners, Business Analysts, Business Systems Analysts, Project Managers or Team Leaders, Systems Architects or Designers, IT Managers/Directors, Systems or Application Developers, QA Professionals, Systems Testers, Systems Analysts, Anyone wanting to enhance their business analysis skills.
Benefits of this training:
- Increase your odds of passing the PMI® Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA®) the first time.
- Advance your career opportunities and career path options in the business analysis profession.
- Shorten study time by streamlining the recommended exam resources.
- Run through simulated practice exams for the domains, tasks, knowledge, and skills.
- Learn the essential are as necessary to pass the exam.
- Master the 5 domains and 28 tasks that constitute the exam.
- Conquer the 40 knowledge and skills.
- Grasp the tasks for eliciting, analyzing, documenting, validating, and verifying requirements.
- Become proficient with business analysis terminology.
- Create a personalized test-taking strategy based on your strengths and opportunities.
- Introduction to PMI-PBA® Certification
- Business Analysis Fundamentals
- The Environment in which Business Analysis is Conducted
- The Role of The Business Analyst
- Needs Assessment
- Identify Problem or Opportunity
- Assess Current State
- Determine Future State
- Determine Viable Options
- Facilitate Product Roadmap Development
- Assemble Business Case
- Support Charter Development
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Stakeholder Analysis & Identification
- Stakeholder Engagement and Communication Approach
- Create the Business Analysis Plan
- Prepare to Transition for Future State
- Assess Business Analysis Performance
- Plan for Elicitation
- Prepare for Elicitation
- Elicitation Activities
- Confirm Elicitation Results
- Plan for Analysis
- Create and Analyze Models
- Define & Elaborate Requirements
- Define Acceptance Criteria
- Verify & Validate Requirements
- Prioritize Requirements and Other Product Information
- Identify & Analyze Product Risks
- Traceability and Monitoring
- Plan for Traceability and Monitoring
- Relationships and Dependencies
- Baselining Requirements
- Using Traceability Matrix
- Manage Changes
- Plan for Evaluation
- How to Evaluate
- How to Validate Evaluation Results
- Address Defects
- Facilitate Go/No-Go Decision