The Enterprise Business Analyst

$245.00

Credit

30 PDUs – PMI Category A / 8 Technical, 9 Leadership, 13 Strategic

Start Date

New students may begin right now!

Recognized

PMI Global Registered Education Provider

Today's competitive and economic environment is causing two new business disciplines to converge; business analysis and complex project management. The business analyst's leadership is a strategic resource that can unleash in organizations the innovation and creativity needed to meet 21st century challenges.The Enterprise Business Analyst provides a roadmap to assist project professionals in developing a business analysis discipline as both a leadership role and a support to the project management and technical delivery aspects of today's complex projects.

Course Credit: 30 PMI PDUs and 30 IIBA CDUs upon course completion. PMI Category A / 8 Technical, 9 Leadership, 13 Strategic.

Description


The Enterprise Business Analyst introduces the student to a business analysis methodology which is both collaborative and creative. This course provides a practical strategy and implementation for an enterprise-wide business analysis discipline within complex, project-driven organizations.

The Enterprise Business Analyst can help you:

  • Establish yourself as both a business analyst and a creative leader
  • Manage the challenges of a new business environment, a result of the demands of technology and a global economy
  • Leverage collaboratively the skills of project managers, business analysts, solution architects, developers, and business visionaries
  • Facilitate through the complexities associated with large, diverse, creative teams
  • Become a major player in helping companies become innovation-driven organizations

The Enterprise Business Analyst self-paced distance learning format includes:

  • Comprehensive EBA methods and techniques that can be implemented immediately
  • Tools and templates to support establishing an enterprise-level business analysis in your organization
  • Practical content review questions for each module with fully-explained answers
  • An easy to use participant guide and course on CD
  • Unlimited 1-on-1 instructor interaction
  • And much more…

Project Management Professionals (PMP)® earn 30 Category A PDUs upon course completion.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course the student will be able to:

  • Articulate the role of the business analyst and define the important duties of a business analyst from strategic planning throughout the project’s life
  • Discuss communication strategies among the business analyst and other project team leaders and members
  • Define the role of the business analyst as a critical member of complex leadership teams
  • Define the business analyst’s role in encouraging creativity among a project team and describe specific time-tested and contemporary techniques for doing so
  • List tools and techniques to elicit requirements and manage requirements sessions
  • Discuss methods for innovative product development where IT-intensive complexity exists

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Credit

30 PDUs – PMI Category A / 8 Technical, 9 Leadership, 13 Strategic

Start Date

New students may begin right now!

Recognized

PMI Global Registered Education Provider