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By attending this 3-day course you will gain a deep understanding on how you and your team can perform business analysis activities in the agile context. You will learn and use agile business analysis approach to a sample scenario, so that after the course you can go back to your organization and apply what you have learnt.
This BCS Agile Business Analysis course is for anyone wishing to understand and apply business analysis tasks in the agile context. In agile teams, Product Owner as well as development team members perform tasks that lead to requirements discovery and delivery. The cadence and depth of these activities for agile teams differ though from traditional life cycles. This course provides overview of the agile business analysis approach and teaches techniques that fit well with the agile approach and philosophy.

Programme

Day 1
Module 1: Agile Philosophy
  • The rationale for adopting an Agile approach
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • The three overarching aspects of Agile
  • Business Analysis thinking and how it is relevant in Agile business
Module 2: Agile principles
  • The 12 core principles
  • Key principle – collaborative working
  • Key principle – self organising teams
  • Key principle – continuous improvement
  • Key principle – iterative development and incremental delivery
  • Key principle – building in change
Module 3: Agile methods
  • Elements of a method
  • Defined vs. empirical methods
  • Characteristics of Agile methods
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Agile methods
  • Roles in Agile
  • BA roles in Agile
Module 4: Business Analysis in Agile context
  • BABOK and the Agile extension
  • The Agile framework
  • Stakeholder groups
  • Personas
  • Business value definition

Day 2

Module 5: Modelling in agile context
  • Rationale and principles for Agile modelling
  • Hierarchy of models using the Functional Model Map (FMM)
  • Use Case Modelling
  • MoSCoW prioritisation
Module 6: Decomposing and organising business goals
  • Goal decomposition vs Functional decomposition
  • Benefits of a goal decomposition approach as the basis for agile development
  • Iterations, releases and goals
Module 7: Agile Requirements
  • Hierarchy of requirements and how this relates to agile teams
  • User Roles
  • User Stories
  • Definition of Ready
  • User Story Life Cycle
  • Patterns for splitting epics: compound and complex
  • Documenting non-functional requirements

Day 3

Module 8: Understand what’s doable – requirements management
  • The solution backlog
  • Managing the backlog
  • Estimation techniques: Wideband Delphi, Relative sizing, Planning poker
Module 9: Planning the iteration
  • Planning the iteration
  • Calculating and utilising velocity
  • Techniques to manage the iteration
Module 10: BA role in agile teams
  • Agile business analysis
Module 11: Exam

Target Audience

This BCS Agile Business Analysis course is for anyone wishing to understand and apply business analysis tasks in the agile context. In agile teams, Product Owner as well as development team members perform tasks that lead to requirements discovery and delivery. The cadence and depth of these activities for agile teams differ though from traditional life cycles. This course provides overview of the agile business analysis approach and teaches techniques that fit well with the agile approach and philosophy.

Details

Duur:3 dagen
Cursusprijs:€ 1.649
Examen:€ 350
Totaalprijs:€ 1.999
  

 

 

 

 

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3 t/m 5 februari 2021Den Haag
10-03-21Amsterdam
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