Learn what BABoK v3 can mean to your organization
BABoK Guide v3 sets up a new standard for business analysis. Join our workshop to check how the terms, concepts and tasks described in this business analysis framework relate to your day-to-day work.
International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is an independent non-profit professional association serving the growing field of business analysis. IIBA assists business analysts by, among others, defining standards for business analysis through the creation of “A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge” (BABOK® Guide), a summary of the knowledge within the BA profession, reflecting current generally accepted practices.
This 1-day workshop gives you a tour through the BABOK Guide V3. Its main objective is to provide you with a practical and concise overview of BABOK with the opportunity to discuss and relate the Business Analysis concepts, tasks and skills to your day-to-day work.
The workshop is conducted in an interactive atmosphere where you can explore the key concepts and knowledge areas of BABOK® and relate them to your own working environment. You will check your existing knowledge against generally accepted practices collated in BABOK and be able to identify potential knowledge and skill gaps that can be addressed with further focused self-study.
This workshop is relevant to anyone performing business analysis activities or responsible for the business analysis practice.
CONTENT OF THE WORKSHOP
In this part of the workshop you get an introduction to the structure of BABOK v3, along with a discussion around a range of business analysis core concepts and terminology from the IIBA Business Analysis Concept Model.
This module is dedicated to the strategy analysis. We discuss approached to better understanding of the business problems/opportunities and methods to define them unambiguously.
The Requirements Analysis and Design Definition focuses on how to structure and organize requirements. We discuss specific aspects of defining requirements in different development lifecycles: predictive (waterfall) versus adaptive (agile).
The Solution Evaluation module addresses aspects related to assessing the performance of and value delivered by a solution that is in use by the organisation.
Business Analysis activities have to planned and monitored. This part of the workshop discusses different business analysis approaches, assesses the stakeholder landscape, and provide guidance on estimates and coordination of Business Analysis effort.
This module teaches how BABOK approaches requirements elicitation, and shares the elicitation results. We discuss different requirements elicitations techniques and their usage in different situations.
BABOK has a clear vision on how to manage requirements throughout the lifecycle. We discuss this vision including prioritization and tracing of requirements.
BABOK prescribes the various skills needed to be effective in business analysis work. We discuss behaviours, characteristics, knowlegde and skills needed to perform the knowledge areas tasks.
In the final phase of the workshop we will wrap the learnings up and give delegates a chance to react to what they just learned. They will be also asked to define the possible scenarios how BABOK Guide v3 could be applied in their organizations.
The workshop costs € 575,00 (excluding 21% VAT). This amount is all inclusive.
Delegates receive a workshop binder and the BABOK V3 book.
Coffee/tea and lunch are included in the price of the workshop. If you have any diet requirements due to food allergies, please don’t forget to mention them during your registration procedure.
You will receive an invoice after your registration is completed. Please assure the payment is settled within 30 days or before start date of the training, at the latest.
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During the workshop you will have a variety of short interactive brainstorm sessions and exercises to encourage discussion on your own projects and to relate them to the BABOK v3 content.
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