Agile Business Analysis Training Courses

Online Instructor-led (2 days)

Classroom (2 days)

Online Self-paced (16 hours)

Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional (CABAP) Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Agile Business Analysis  

  • Agile Methodology
  • Agile Testing Methodology
  • Business Analysis Principles

Module 2: Agile, Scrum, and Requirements for Analysing

  • Overview of Agile
  • Overview of Scrum

Module 3: Requirements for Analysing

  • Introduction to Requirements for Analysis

Module 4: Sprint and Product Backlog

  • Sprint Backlog
  • Product Backlog

 Module 5: Multi-Team Environment

  • Overview
  • Key Characteristics and Considerations

Module 6: Enhancing Business Value

  • Introduction to Enhancing Business Value

Module 7: Cost Analysis

  • Introduction to Cost Analysis
  • Cost Estimation

Module 8: Information Radiators

  • Understanding Information Radiators

Module 9: Definition of Done

  • Definition of Done (DoD) Overview

Module 10: Navigation

  • Introduction
  • Key Aspects of Navigation in Business Analysis

Module 11: Best Practices

  • Best Practices of Agile

Module 12: Features

  • Features of a Business Analyst

Module 13: Role of a Business Analyst

  • Role of a Business Analyst Overview

Module 14: Responsibilities of a Business Analyst

  • Responsibilities of a Business Analyst Overview

Module 15: Understanding Situations

  • Business Context
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Problem Definition
  • Data Collection and Analysis
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Solution Identification

Module 16: Overcoming Problems

  • Most Common Problems and Solutions

Module 17: Managing Business Change

  • Introduction to Managing Business Change
  • Types of Change Management

Module 18: Business Change Life Cycle

  • Stages of Business Change Life Cycle

Module 19: Business Model Requirements

  • Requirements Analysis and Modelling
  • Requirements Analysis and Modelling Techniques

Module 20: Analysis Strategies

  • Introduction to Analysis Strategies
  • Common Thinking on Critical Planning Requirements
  • Analysis Tools and Techniques

Module 21: Principles of Data Analysis

  • Define Clear Objectives
  • Data Quality
  • Understand the Context
  • Use Appropriate Methods
  • Validate and Verify
  • Interpretation and Inference
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Documentation and Transparency
  • Continuous Improvement

Module 22: Data Rationalisation

  • Introduction to Data Rationalisation
  • Steps of Data Rationalisation

Module 23: Internal and External Environmental Analysis

  • Internal Analysis of the Environment
  • External Analysis of the Environment

Module 24: Key Performance Indicators

  • Characteristics of KPIs
  • KPIs for Business Analysts
  • KPIs for Business Analysts Benefits

Module 25: Factors for Success

  • Factors Determine Success of Business Analyst
  • Success Factors for Requirements Planning

Module 26: Investigation Methods

  • Investigation Methods Used by Business Analysts
    • Brainstorming
    • Workshops
    • Interviews
    • Observation
    • Activity sampling
    • Questionnaire

Module 27: Requirements Engineering

  • Introduction to Requirements Engineering
  • What are Requirements?
  • Elements of Requirements Engineering
  • Application to Core Asset Development

Module 28: Business Process Modelling

  • What is Business Process Modelling?
  • Techniques of Business Process Modelling

Module 29: Stakeholder Management

  • Introduction to Stakeholder Management
  • How does Stakeholder Management Work?
  • Failures in Stakeholder Management
  • Achieving Good Stakeholder Management

Module 30: Analysing Stakeholders

  • Analysing Stakeholders Overview

 

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Who should attend this Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional Course?

Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional Course is designed for Business Analysts who wish to develop their knowledge of Agile processes. The following professionals can benefit from attending this course: 

  • Business Analysts
  • Product Owners
  • Project Managers
  • Scrum Masters
  • Product Managers
  • IT Professionals
  • Software Developers

Prerequisites of the Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional Course

There are no formal prerequisites for this Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional Course. However, a basic understanding of understanding of Business Analysis concepts and practices will be beneficial.

Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional (CABAP) Training | Course Overview

Our comprehensive Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional training course provides delegates with the necessary skills and knowledge to emerge as proficient Business Analyst in an agile environment. During this course, delegates will become familiar with the main roles and responsibilities of a Business Analyst, to accelerate their performance within an organisation. Delegates will gain an understanding of Agile principles which will help implement any agile framework into their systems. 

Delegates will learn how to recognise and solve problems and manage business change in an appropriate manner. The instructor will cover what it takes to be a successful Business Analyst, dealing with stakeholders, and the identification of factors for business advancement. Focus will also be placed on suitable techniques that should be used during analysis of business data, and how to work with a team.

Business Analysis is used among all sectors and so Analysts from all industries and departments would benefit from this training course, as the knowledge they acquire is easily transferable and universally applicable. Thus, there are great career prospects associated with this role. By the end of this Business Analysis training course, it is expected that candidates should have gained a comprehensive understanding of the techniques, principles, and concepts associated with a Business Analyst role.

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What’s included in this Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors 
  • Certified Agile Business Analyst Professional (CABAP) Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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accredited by

Our AgileBA® Foundation and Practitioner Course course is accredited by APMG

Online Instructor-led (4 days)

Classroom (4 days)

Online Self-paced (32 hours)

Official APMG AgileBA® Foundation Exam

AgileBA® Foundation and Practitioner Course Outline

This Agile Business Analysis Foundation and Practitioner course covers these topics:

Module 1: Role of the Business Analyst in an Agile World

  • Holistic View of the Business
  • Structure of Business Organisation
  • Understanding the Business Environment
  • PESTLE Analysis
  • Poster’s Five Forces Analysis
  • MOST Analysis
  • Resource Audit
  • SWOT Analysis
  • TOWS
  • Porter’s Value Chain
  • Lean Thinking
  • McKinsey 7S Model
  • Balanced Business Scoreboard
  • Core Considerations When Planning and Implementing Change

Module 2: Agile Fundamentals and the Agile BA

  • Agile Software Development
  • Philosophy
  • Project Variables
  • 8 Principles
  • DSDM Process
  • Management Products
  • DSDM Team Roles
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Business Sponsor and Business Visionary
  • Technical Coordinator and Project Manager
  • Business Ambassador and Business Advisor
  • Technical Advisor and Solution Developer and Tester
  • Team Leader and Business Analyst
  • Workshop Facilitator
  • DSDM Coach

Module 3: Agile Business Case

  • Business Case
  • Business Case Context
  • Roles Associated with the Business Case
  • Business Case: Business Sponsor
  • Business Case: Business Visionary
  • Business Case: Technical Coordinator
  • Business Case: Project Manager
  • Business Case: Business Analyst
  • Agile Practices and the Business Case
  • Business Canvas/Lean Canvas
  • Product Vision Box

Module 4: Stakeholders in the Agile Project

  • Definition
  • Three Stakeholder Categories
  • Working with Project Stakeholders
  • DSDM Coach
  • DSDM Team-Working Together
  • Agile Culture and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Power/Interest Grid

Module 5: Requirements and User Stories

  • Categories of Requirement
  • User Stories
  • Persona
  • User Story – Story Card (Front and Back)
  • Well-Constructed User Stories – INVEST
  • Prioritised Requirements List (PRL)
  • Hierarchy of User Stories
  • Story Maps
  • Agile BA and the PRL

Module 6: Prioritisation

  • Eliciting Requirements
  • Prioritising Requirements
  • MoSCoW
  • KANO Model
  • Effective Prioritisation

Module 7: Workshops

  • What is a Facilitated Workshop?
  • When to Use a Facilitated Workshop?
  • Facilitated Workshops
  • Workshop Roles
  • Common Features of Facilitated Workshops
  • Facilitated Workshops – Associated Activities
  • Agile BA and Facilitated Workshops

Module 8: Modelling

  • What is a Model?
  • Modelling Perspectives
  • Modelling Techniques for the Agile BA
  • Business Domain Model (Class Diagram)
  • Business Process Diagram (Swim Lanes)
  • Context (Scoping) Diagram
  • Customer Journey Mapping
  • Impact Mapping
  • Rich Picture
  • Storyboards / Wireframes
  • Use Cases
  • Modelling and the DSDM Principles

 

Module 9: Timeboxing and Iterative Development

  • Types of Timebox
  • Key Steps in a DSDM Structured Timebox
  • Timeboxing – Daily Stand-Up
  • Team Board (Kanban)
  • Burn Down Chart
  • Timeboxing – Wider Context
  • Agile BA’S Role in a Timebox
  • Iterative Development
  • Quality in Iterative Development
  • Approaches to Iterative Development
  • Solution Focus
  • Horizontal Approach
  • Vertical Approach
  • Combined Approach
  • Agile BA’s Role in Iterative Development

Module 10: Requirements of Planning and Estimating Throughout the Lifecycle

  • Requirements Planning Through the Lifecycle
  • Feasibility
  • Foundations
  • Requirements During Timeboxes
  • Prioritised Requirements List (PRL)
  • Estimating within a DSDM Project
  • Estimates and Requirements Detail
  • Planning Poker
  • Estimating Workshop

Module 11: Requirements of Lifecycle in an Agile Project

  • Agile Approach to Requirements
  • Role of the Agile BA
  • Lifecycle of a Requirement
  • Elicitation
  • Analysis
  • Validation
  • Documentation
  • Management
  • Requirements in the DSDM Process
  • Transitioning to Agile Business Analysis
  • Balance Between Approaches

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Who should attend this Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course?

The Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course is tailored for anyone involved in, or affected by, business analysis activities within an Agile project environment and those aiming to understand the importance and responsibilities of a Business Analyst in Agile projects. A few of the professionals who will benefit the most from this course are

  • Business Analysts
  • Agile Team Members
  • Project Managers and Team Leaders
  • Consultants and Change Agents
  • Product Managers and Product Owners
  • Quality Assurance Professionals

Prerequisites of the Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course

The prerequisites for the Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course vary depending on the level:

  • Foundation Level (AgileBA® Foundation): For the foundation level, there are no formal prerequisites required, however, some basic understanding of Agile will assist the delegate in proceeding with the course
  • Practitioner Level (AgileBA® Practitioner): For the practitioner level, one must have the AgileBA® Foundation Certification

AgileBA® Foundation and Practitioner Course Overview

This Agile Business Analysis Foundation and Practitioner training course is an integrated course, which enables delegates to acquire both Foundation and Practitioner certifications. Business Analysts play a crucial role within Agile environments; hence they need to possess the relevant skills, knowledge, and experience desired by organisations.

This Business Analysis training course intends to provide Business Analysts with such specialist abilities. Delegates will learn to analyse and meet the precise requirements of Agile projects. The Foundation section of the course will be taught by an instructor, whereas the Practitioner portion will consist of more practical teaching methods, to allow delegates to implement Agile Business Analysis within workplace scenarios.

This ensures knowledge is converted into practice and confirms delegate’s skill capability. This training course will teach delegates the significance of applying Agile tools and frameworks when conducting Agile projects. Delegates will be able to assess and understand stakeholder requirements, which is vital in achieving business performance improvements. The Agile Business Analysis Foundation section of the course will take 3 days to complete, then on the final day will focus on the Agile Business Analysis Practitioner content. 

We recommend Agile Business Analyst Handbook manual (ISBN No: 978-0992872786) prior to the course to accompany your learning. But it is not included in course fees. 

AgileBA® is a registered trademark of Agile Business Consortium Limited. All rights reserved.

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What’s included in this Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course? 

  • Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Examination  
  • World-class training sessions from Experienced Instructors  
  • Agile Business Analyst Foundation and Practitioner (AgileBA®) Certificate   
  • Digital Delegate Pack 

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Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA®) Foundation Exam Information:

The Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Foundation exam assesses participants' understanding of business analysis principles and practices in the context of agile methodologies. 

  • Question Type: Multiple Choice 
  • Total Questions: 50 Questions 
  • Total Marks: 50 Marks 
  • Pass Mark: 50%, or 25/50 Marks 
  • Duration: 40 Minutes 
  • Open Book: Closed book 

Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA®) Practitioner Exam Information:

The Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Practitioner Exam assesses participants' ability to apply business analysis principles and techniques within an agile context. This certification focuses on evaluating an individual's practical skills in analysing and addressing business needs in agile projects. 

  • Question Type: Multiple Choice 
  • Total Questions: 4 Questions (each question is worth 20 marks) 
  • Total Marks: 80 Marks 
  • Pass Marks: 50%, or 40/80 Marks 
  • Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes 
  • Open Book/Closed Book: Open book

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accredited by

Our AgileBA® Foundation Course course is accredited by APMG

Online Instructor-led (3 days)

Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Official APMG AgileBA® Foundation Exam

AgileBA® Foundation Course Outline

This Agile Business Analysis Foundation course covers the following areas:

Module 1: Role of the Business Analyst in an Agile World

  • Holistic View of the Business
  • Structure of Business Organisation
  • Understanding the Business Environment
  • PESTLE Analysis
  • Poster’s Five Forces Analysis
  • MOST Analysis
  • Resource Audit
  • SWOT Analysis
  • TOWS
  • Porter’s Value Chain
  • Lean Thinking
  • McKinsey 7S Model
  • Balanced Business Scoreboard
  • Core Considerations When Planning and Implementing Change

Module 2: Agile Fundamentals and the Agile BA

  • Agile Software Development
  • Philosophy
  • Project Variables
  • 8 Principles
  • DSDM Process
  • Management Products
  • DSDM Team Roles
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Business Sponsor and Business Visionary
  • Technical Coordinator and Project Manager
  • Business Ambassador and Business Advisor
  • Technical Advisor and Solution Developer and Tester
  • Team Leader and Business Analyst
  • Workshop Facilitator
  • DSDM Coach

Module 3: Agile Business Case

  • Business Case
  • Business Case Context
  • Roles Associated with the Business Case
  • Business Case: Business Sponsor
  • Business Case: Business Visionary
  • Business Case: Technical Coordinator
  • Business Case: Project Manager
  • Business Case: Business Analyst
  • Agile Practices and the Business Case
  • Business Canvas/Lean Canvas
  • Product Vision Box

Module 4: Stakeholders in the Agile Project

  • Definition
  • Three Stakeholder Categories
  • Working with Project Stakeholders
  • DSDM Coach
  • DSDM Team-Working Together
  • Agile Culture and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Power/Interest Grid

Module 5: Requirements and User Stories

  • Categories of Requirement
  • User Stories
  • Persona
  • User Story – Story Card (Front and Back)
  • Well-Constructed User Stories – INVEST
  • Prioritised Requirements List (PRL)
  • Hierarchy of User Stories
  • Story Maps
  • Agile BA and the PRL

Module 6: Prioritisation

  • Eliciting Requirements
  • Prioritising Requirements
  • MoSCoW
  • KANO Model
  • Effective Prioritisation

Module 7: Workshops

  • What is a Facilitated Workshop?
  • When to Use a Facilitated Workshop?
  • Facilitated Workshops
  • Workshop Roles
  • Common Features of Facilitated Workshops
  • Facilitated Workshops – Associated Activities
  • Agile BA and Facilitated Workshops

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Who should attend this Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Course?

The Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Course is designed to provide foundational knowledge and skills specific to the role of a Business Analyst in an Agile environment. A few of the professionals who will benefit from this course are:

  • Business Analysts
  • Agile Team Members
  • Project Managers
  • Product Managers and Product Owners
  • Quality Assurance Professionals
  • Anyone Involved in Agile Projects

Prerequisites of the Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Course

The Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Course does not have any formal prerequisites. However, a foundational knowledge of Agile principles and practices, coupled with a background in business or IT (though not obligatory), can enhance a participant's experience and comprehension during the course.

AgileBA® Foundation Course Overview

This Agile Business Analysis Foundation training course provides an introduction to the best practices and approaches of Agile Business Analysis. By the end of the course, delegates will possess in-depth knowledge of Agile principles, and will know how to deliver valuable solutions when working with stakeholders. This training course encourages Business Analysts to implement the Agile framework in their systems.

Comprehending Agile from a Business Analysis perspective is vital in analysing, assessing, and understanding stakeholder demands, hence this certification displays commitment to improving functioning. Delegates will also be able to use the skills desired when a project has been completed, regarding the identification of different aims and overall strategic preparation. The flexibility of Agile means it can be implemented regardless of organisation size or complexity.

AgileBA® is a registered trademark of Agile Business Consortium Limited. All rights reserved.

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What’s included in the Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Course?

  • Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Examination   
  • World-class training sessions from experienced instructors   
  • Agile Business Analyst Foundation (AgileBA®) Certificate    
  • Digital Delegate Pack 

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Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA®) Foundation Exam Information:

The Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Foundation exam assesses participants' understanding of business analysis principles and practices in the context of agile methodologies. 

  • Question Type: Multiple Choice 
  • Total Questions: 50 Questions 
  • Total Marks: 50 Marks 
  • Pass Mark: 50%, or 25/50 Marks 
  • Duration: 40 Minutes 
  • Open Book: Closed book 

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accredited by

Our AgileBA® Practitioner Course course is accredited by APMG

Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Official APMG AgileBA® Practitioner Exam

AgileBA® Practitioner Course Outline

This Agile Business Analysis Practitioner training course will encompass the following topics:

Module 1: Modelling

  • What is a Model?
  • Modelling Perspectives
  • Modelling Techniques for the Agile BA
  • Business Domain Model (Class Diagram)
  • Business Process Diagram (Swim Lanes)
  • Context (Scoping) Diagram
  • Customer Journey Mapping
  • Impact Mapping
  • Rich Picture
  • Storyboards / Wireframes
  • Use Cases
  • Modelling and the DSDM Principles

Module 2: Timeboxing and Iterative Development

  • Types of Timebox
  • Key Steps in a DSDM Structured Timebox
  • Timeboxing – Daily Stand-Up
  • Team Board (Kanban)
  • Burn Down Chart
  • Timeboxing – Wider Context
  • Agile BA’S Role in a Timebox
  • Iterative Development
  • Quality in Iterative Development
  • Approaches to Iterative Development
  • Solution Focus
  • Horizontal Approach
  • Vertical Approach
  • Combined Approach
  • Agile BA’s Role in Iterative Development

Module 3: Requirements of Planning and Estimating Throughout the Lifecycle

  • Requirements Planning Through the Lifecycle
  • Feasibility
  • Foundations
  • Requirements During Timeboxes
  • Prioritised Requirements List (PRL)
  • Estimating within a DSDM Project
  • Estimates and Requirements Detail
  • Planning Poker
  • Estimating Workshop

Module 4: Requirements of Lifecycle in an Agile Project

  • Agile Approach to Requirements
  • Role of the Agile BA
  • Lifecycle of a Requirement
  • Elicitation
  • Analysis
  • Validation
  • Documentation
  • Management
  • Requirements in the DSDM Process
  • Transitioning to Agile Business Analysis
  • Balance Between Approaches

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Who should attend this Agile Business Analyst Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course?

The Agile Business Analyst Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course is designed to offer a deep understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Business Analyst working within an Agile environment.

A few of the professionals who will benefit the most from this course are:

  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Agile Team Members
  • Stakeholders
  • Product Owners and Product Managers
  • Consultants & Coaches
  • Quality Assurance Professionals
  • IT Professionals

Prerequisites of the Agile Business Analyst Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course

For the AgileBA® Practitioner course, participants typically require the AgileBA® Foundation Certificate. Some prior experience in Business Analysis, although not mandatory, aids in understanding the role's intricacies in an Agile context more effectively.

AgileBA® Practitioner Course Overview

This Agile Business Analysis Practitioner training course enables delegates to implement and tailor Agile Business Analysis principles, philosophy, and framework to real workplace situations. Essentially, delegates will learn how to apply the knowledge they acquired at the Foundation level.

This Business Analysis training course will focus on applying Agile techniques to example projects, whereby delegates will be able to test, measure, and assess the benefits such Agile projects will produce.

Delegates will also develop their understanding of the devices used for facilitation and support within Agile projects. They will also work out how to use Agile approaches for arranging and directing requirements. Overall, by the end of this Practitioner training course, delegates will be successful Agile Business Analysts who are able to work within Agile project teams.

AgileBA® is a registered trademark of Agile Business Consortium Limited. All rights reserved.

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What’s included in the Agile Business Analyst Practitioner (AgileBA®) Course?

  • Agile Business Analyst Practitioner (AgileBA®) Examination    
  •  World-class training sessions from experienced instructors    
  •  Agile Business Analyst Practitioner (AgileBA®) Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack 

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Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA®) Practitioner Exam Information:

The Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Practitioner Exam assesses participants' ability to apply business analysis principles and techniques within an agile context. This certification focuses on evaluating an individual's practical skills in analysing and addressing business needs in agile projects. 

  • Question Type: Multiple Choice 
  • Total Questions: 4 Questions (each question is worth 20 marks) 
  • Total Marks: 80 Marks 
  • Pass Marks: 50%, or 40/80 Marks 
  • Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes 
  • Open Book/Closed Book: Open book

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Outline

Throughout the training of this course, you will be able to learn the following modules:

Module 1: Introduction to Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment

  • Introduction to Agile
  • What is Agile?
  • What is Agile Business Analysis?
  • Introduction to Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment

Module 2: Features of Business Analysis

  • Adaptability
  • Goal Orientation
  • Innovation
  • Leadership
  • Empathy

Module 3: Features of the Agile Scrum Environment

  • Introduction
  • Differences Between Agile and Scrum

Module 4: Key Concepts

  • Product Backlog
  • Sprint Planning
  • Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Collaboration

Module 5: Purpose of Business Analysis

  • Purpose of Business Analysis Overview
  • Business Analysis Contribution

Module 6: Benefits of Business Analysis

  • Improved Decision-Making
  • Increased Efficiency
  • Better Risk Management
  • Enhanced Stakeholder Engagement
  • Improved Customer Satisfaction
  • Greater Agility and Flexibility
  • Better Alignment Between IT and Business

Module 7: Scrum Environment

  • Scrum Team
  • Scrum Master
  • Sprints
  • Sprint Planning
  • Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Sprint Execution
  • Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Dealing with Change
  • User Stories
  • Epics
  • Product Backlog
  • Prioritise Product Backlog
  • Estimate Product Backlog
  • Sprint Backlog
  • Daily Scrum
  • Burn-Down Charts

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Who should attend this Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Course?

Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Course is well suited for Business Analysis or other professionals who are working in an Agile environment. The following professionals can benefit greatly from attending this course: 

  • Business Analysts
  • Product Owners
  • Scrum Masters
  • Agile Team Members
  • Project Managers
  • Product Managers
  • Quality Assurance Professionals

Prerequisites of the Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Course

Delegates must have experience with Business Analysis environment to attend this course.

Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Course Overview

This 1-day course will cover the features, outlines, and main components of Agile Business Analysis and the Scrum environment. This course will include the materials to be able to gain the knowledge on how to use Business Analysis skills in a Scrum environment.

What is an Agile Business Analyst?

The role of an Agile Business Analyst is to become the Product Owner of a Scrum Project. Product Owners have a key role in communicating with the team and the stakeholders while representing the business.

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What’s included in this Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Course?

  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • Agile Business Analysis in a Scrum Environment Certificate 
  • Digital Delegate Pack

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Agile Business Analysis Training Courses FAQs

Agile Business Analysis is an approach that combines the principles of Agile methodologies with the practices of business analysis, enabling organisations to deliver value quickly, adapt to change, and align business goals with project outcomes. It focuses on iterative and collaborative requirements gathering, continuous feedback, and flexible planning to ensure successful delivery of projects in dynamic and evolving business environments.
An Agile Business Analyst is a professional who combines the roles of a traditional business analyst with Agile practices. They collaborate with stakeholders, facilitate communication, and bridge the gap between business and technology, ensuring that Agile projects deliver value and meet customer needs effectively.
Registering for Agile Business Analysis Certifications is beneficial as it provides professionals with the necessary skills to thrive in Agile environments, enhances their career prospects in the field of business analysis, and equips them with the ability to drive successful Agile projects by aligning business goals and Agile practices.
Our Agile Business Analysis courses are available across the world in thousands of locations.
The prerequisites for obtaining Agile Business Analysis Certifications vary. Please see each course for details.
Yes, we provide agile business analysis training course suggestions depending on the learner's level of knowledge and learning objectives. Our website lists suggested courses when you look for agile business analysis courses based on user ratings, reviews, and relevancy to your search parameters.
After earning Agile Business Analysis Certifications, professionals gain the knowledge and skills to apply Agile principles and techniques in their business analysis practices, enhancing their ability to contribute to successful Agile projects.
The Knowledge Academy is the Leading global training provider for Agile Business Analysis Training Courses.
The price for Agile Business Analysis Training Courses certification in Belgium starts from €1995.

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