Price: $2,450.00

Length: 3 Days
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Business and Technical Analysis Training

Business and Technical Analysis Training Course Description

Business and Technical Analysis Training covers the concepts, terminology, principals, and methods associated with business analysis.

Business and Technical Analysis Training course helps you obtain knowledge and skills required to be capable in business analysis. This hands-on training will empower you to develop expertise in the 6 knowledge fields of business analysis planning and monitoring, elicitation, requirements management and communication, enterprise analysis, requirements analysis along with solution assessment & validation.

Business and Technical Analysis Training

TONEX Business and Technical Analysis Training Format

  • Combined of theories and practices
  • Lectures and presentations cover the theories, concepts, and philosophies that participants need to learn
  • Practical session includes individual/group activities and hands-on workshops
  • Case studies and projects are selected from the real-world case scenarios

Audience

Business and Technical Analysis Training is a 3-day course designed for:

  • Business analysts
  • Senior analysis professionals
  • Project managers
  • Business owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Mid-level analysts

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of Business and Technical Analysis Training, the attendees are able to:

  • Recognize organizational necessities, suggest and analyze solutions
  • Become known as an elite, senior members of the business analysis community
  • Understand and apply the 6 Knowledge fields
  • Understand all the definitions and terminology related to business analysis
  • Use best practices of the business analysis
  • Execute a business-requirements assessment to provoke stakeholder needs
  • Use methods to recognize issues and opportunities
  • Develop efficient necessities and communication plans
  • Manage solution assessment
  • Execute root cause analysis methods
  • Evaluate and prioritize business necessities
  • Conduct elicitation methodology
  • Deploy root cause analysis investigations
  • Write down SMART business objectives
  • Execute stakeholder assessment
  • Deploy the empathy diagramming methods
  • Understand the technical analysis and how it affects the market analysis
  • Understand price indicators
  • Elaborate potential “leading” indicators
  • Recognize the best indicators for short, medium and long term trends
  • Understand bollinger bands
  • Tune technical indicators to fit the trading timeframe

Course Outline

Overview of Business and Technical Analysis

  • Definition of business analysis
  • The background of business analysis
  • Business analysis development
  • Business analysis scope
  • Business analyst responsibilities
  • Business analysis maturity model
  • Business analysis roadmap

Business Analyst Capabilities

  • Behavioral skills and personal skills
  • Business knowledge
  • Methodology
  • Proper skills for the right situation
  • How to develop such skills?
  • Industry competencies structures
  • Industry experiences

Strategy Analysis

  • Strategy framework
  • Strategy definition
  • The development of strategy
  • External atmosphere assessment
  • Internal atmosphere assessment
  • SWOT analysis
  • Executing strategy

The Process Model of Business Analysis

  • Problem-solving approaches
  • The process model
  • Assessing the condition
  • Considering viewpoints
  • Assessing the needs
  • Assessing the options
  • Describing requirements
  • Providing modifications

Investigation Practices

  • Previous investigations
  • Research methods
  • Measurable techniques
  • Recording the existing business situation

Stakeholder Assessment and Management

  • Stakeholder classification and identification
  • Assessing stakeholders
  • Stakeholder management plans
  • How to manage stakeholders
  • Stakeholder visions
  • Stakeholder engagement – RACI and RASCI charts

Modeling Business Structures

  • Soft systems approaches
  • Business viewpoints
  • Business action models
  • Business proceedings and principals
  • Crucial success factors and key performance indicators
  • Validating a business action model
  • Applying business action model in gap analysis

Modeling Business Procedures

  • Organizational framework
  • An alternate opinion of an organization
  • The organizational vision of business processes
  • Value propositions
  • Business process models
  • Assessing the business process model
  • Enhancing business procedures
  • Quantifying the process
  • Six Sigma

Collecting the Required Criteria

  • The requirements issues
  • Requirements engineering process
  • Actors
  • Requirements elicitation
  • Outlining the requirements
  • Requirements assessment
  • Validating requirements

Verifying and Managing Requirements

  • The significance of documentation
  • The requirements document
  • The requirements list
  • How to manage the requirements

Modeling the Requirements

  • Modeling system purposes
  • The data associated with modeling
  • Models category

How to Deliver the Requirements

  • Delivering the elucidation
  • Perspective and framework
  • Delivery lifecycle
  • Methodology
  • Delivering requirements roles
  • Deliverables
  • Methods

How to Make A Business Case

  • The business case process
  • Recognizing the options
  • Analyzing the project feasibility
  • Business case configuration
  • Investment evaluation
  • How to present your business case
  • Managing the benefits

Executing the Business Modifications

  • Presenting a new business system
  • The nature of change
  • Change environment
  • Alignment
  • Terminology
  • Design
  • Execution
  • Realization

TONEX Group Activity Sample: Insurance

An excess of current work directions, process routes, strategies and guidelines were distributed throughout the organization. No predominant technique to recognize duplicates, conflicts, or gaps was in place. Such inadequacies and main gaps affected the functioning of the whole organization. They also hindered efforts in enterprise architecture, business cases, testing, organizational change management, organizational data model, capacity planning, customer experience management and software vendor selection.

In small groups, discuss all the business approaches and business analysis actions you are taught, choose the best practice, and present the conclusion in the class.

TONEX Workshop Sample: Construction

One of Australia’s major contracting and property development businesses, was in need for a more proper define to manage its business processes including those connected to various information technology projects already in progress. Before to the involvement of you, the company’s practice was formless and unreliable leading to each department having its own IT system that conducted similar functions.

  • Step-by-step analyze this business
  • Find the wrong doings
  • Perform root cause analysis
  • Change the present strategies and practices
  • Recommend effective solutions
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of your solutions
  • Present the results

Business and Technical Analysis Training

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