Certified Business Analysis Practitioner

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Certified Business Analysis Practitioner (CBAP) Training

This is an IGC Approved CBAP Certification course. This course provides multiple CBAP preparation resources. These resource include Recorded lectures , case studies, assignments and mock questions (1000+).

 

Target audience for Certified Business Analysis Practitioner are:

  • The Practitioner Certificate is designed for people who want to understand business analysis, support change and improve business processes.
  • Suitable for business analysts, business managers and members of their team, business change managers and project managers.

Completing this certification will show any potential employer that you are capable to carry out business analysis and this course knowledge can function in following career opportunities;

  • Business Analysts and Systems Analysts
  • Financial Analyst
  • Business Managers - System
  • Developers
  • Project Managers and Team Leaders
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control Managers
  • Rationale
  • A lifecycle for business change
  • The role of the Business Analyst within the lifecycle for business change
  • Other roles within the lifecycle for business change
  • The framework for business analysis activities
  • Understanding the strategic context
  • Internal environment analysis
  • External environment analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • Critical Success Factors and Key Performance Indicators and Performance targets
  • The Balanced Business Scorecard as a framework for Identifying Critical Success Factors and Key Performance Indicators
  • Project discipline for business analysis studies
  • Terms of Reference/project Initiation
  • Business and project objectives
  • Understanding the situation/issues
  • Stakeholder Identification
  • Overview of investigate techniques
  • Representing a holistic view of the business situation
  • Analyzing stakeholder perspectives
  • Stakeholder analysis and management
  • Identifying different perspectives
  • Defining perspectives
  • Analyzing and modelling business activities
  • Developing a conceptual business activity model
  • Identifying business events
  • Analyzing business rules
  • Building the consensus building model
  • Identifying potential solutions
  • Gap analysis- comparing the ideal and existing systems
  • Defining a new business model
  • Identifying IS/IT requirements to support the new business model
  • Making the business case
  • Structure of a business case
  • Identifying and shortlisting options for business change
  • Identifying and categorizing costs and benefits
  • Identifying and categorizing risks and approaches to their management
  • Identifying impacts
  • The lifecycle for the business case
  • Rationale
  • A lifecycle for business change
  • The role of the Business Analyst within the lifecycle for business change
  • Other roles within the lifecycle for business change
  • The framework for business analysis activities
  • Understanding the strategic context
  • Internal environment analysis
  • External environment analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • Critical Success Factors and Key Performance Indicators and Performance targets
  • The Balanced Business Scorecard as a framework for Identifying Critical Success Factors and Key Performance Indicators
  • Project discipline for business analysis studies
  • Terms of Reference/project Initiation
  • Business and project objectives
  • Understanding the situation/issues
  • Stakeholder Identification
  • Overview of investigate techniques
  • Representing a holistic view of the business situation
  • Analyzing stakeholder perspectives
  • Stakeholder analysis and management
  • Identifying different perspectives
  • Defining perspectives
  • Analyzing and modelling business activities
  • Developing a conceptual business activity model
  • Identifying business events
  • Analyzing business rules
  • Building the consensus building model
  • Identifying potential solutions
  • Gap analysis- comparing the ideal and existing systems
  • Defining a new business model
  • Identifying IS/IT requirements to support the new business model
  • Making the business case
  • Structure of a business case
  • Identifying and shortlisting options for business change
  • Identifying and categorizing costs and benefits
  • Identifying and categorizing risks and approaches to their management
  • Identifying impacts
  • The lifecycle for the business case

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