Understand Agile/Lean principles in business analysis.
Practice applying your new knowledge in exercises.
Express business needs/wants to optimally support all Software Development Methodologies
The process of defining IT requirements is evolving rapidly. User Stories, Epics, Features, and Scenarios replace requirement statements. The timing of business analysis activities is shifting. In this overview course, you will learn how to reduce waste in your Business Analysis practices to optimally support the new lean and agile software development world.
Move your knowledge beyond the basics and supercharge your Excel capabilities. With this 8-hour, expert-led video training course, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the most business-useful advanced features of Microsoft Excel that delve into high-level consolidation, analysis, and reporting of financial information.
This Excel course is perfect for those who are new to Excel and who are using Excel 2019 or Excel 365 editions. In this course, your expert author gives you a solid grounding in the basics of Excel and guides you towards becoming more confident with spreadsheets to bring your knowledge to an intermediate level. Exercises and sample files at every step along the journey.
Lean Use Cases are becoming the de facto standard for communicating functional requirements in Lean and Agile environments. Writing a Business Use Case is a skill that anyone in an organization can easily acquire. This example-rich course explains the who, what, when, how, and why of Lean Use Case models.
This course uses a concrete business scenario to present a simple, easy-to-learn approach for creating Data Flow Diagrams depicting workflow and data manipulation from interviews with Subject Matter Experts. Learn to bridge the gap between IT and the end-user community. If you are tasked with communicating workflows or functional requirements to others, this course is for you.
This course provides a proven set of lean/agile business analysis techniques. After completion, you will know how to express business needs or business requirements as User Stories, Features, and ultimately as Given-When-Then structures. This is the language that allows developers to deliver the IT solutions the organization needs.
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