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PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)

Course Objectives

Today more than ever the world is moving towards project-based work. The jobs of business analysts and solution builders are intermingled with project environments and management of projects. PMI has recognized the need to educate and certify the role of the business analyst as viewed through the lens of the project. With the introduction of the PBA credential, PMI is formalizing the importance of BA work in the project management world. They have highlighted specific knowledge areas, skills, and published materials which describe the value of business analysis to projects, and built the new PBA certification around them.
We teach you exactly what you need to know to pass the exam on your first try and add this newly-minted BA credential to your qualifications.

  • Apply the learned processes when you manage a business analysis project in real life
  • Use visual diagrams to guide you through any business analysis activity, with the related inputs and outputs relationships
  • Produce needed models to initiate, plan, execute, business analysis projects in real life
  • Understand business process analysis. Do not cram it.
  • You cant apply what you dont understand.
  • Apply for the certification examination and PASS

Course Outline

  1. Introduction: Identifying Key Requirements Management Definitions
    1. What is Business Analysis?
    2. What are the Roles of the Business Analyst?
    3. The Requirements Management Process
    4. Project Methodologies
    5. PMI’s Code of Ethics
  2. Needs Assessment
    1. Defining Business Problems or Opportunities
    2. Developing a Solutions Scope Statement or Business Case
    3. Determining the Business Problem or Opportunity Value
    4. Identifying Business Needs
    5. Identifying Stakeholders and Stakeholder Values
  3. Planning
    1. Determining Business Analysis Activities
    2. Establishing Requirements Traceability
    3. Preparing the Requirements Management Plan
    4. Defining Requirements Change Control and Communication Processes
    5. Identifying Document Control Processes
    6. Specifying Business Metrics and Defining Acceptance Criteria
  4. Analysis
    1. Eliciting and Identifying Requirements
    2. Analyzing, Decomposing, and Elaborating Requirements
    3. Evaluating Options and Decision-Making
    4. Allocating Requirements and Creating a Requirements Baseline
    5. Facilitating Stakeholder Consensus in order to Obtain Sign-off
    6. Creating Requirements Specifications
    7. Validating Requirements with Stakeholders
    8. Elaborating and Specifying Detailed Business Metrics and Detailed Acceptance Criteria
  5. Traceability and Monitoring
    1. Tracking the Status, Sources, and Relationships of Requirements
    2. Monitoring the Lifecycle of Requirements
    3. Updating the Status of Requirements and Communicating Requirements States to Stakeholders
    4. Using Communication Methods to Share Important Requirements Information and Status with Stakeholders
    5. Determining and Managing Change Impacts to the Requirements
  6. Evaluation
    1. Comparing Solutions Test Results to Defined Requirements Acceptance Criteria
    2. Analyzing, Communicating, and Resolving Solution Gap Analysis
    3. Obtaining Stakeholder Sign-off and Moving Toward Deployment
    4. Measuring How Well the Solution Met Business Needs and Values
  7. What to Expect on the Exam
    1. The PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)SM Application Process
    2. Exam Requirements
    3. Exam Overview
    4. Preparing for the Exam
    5. Understanding the Questions
    6. Taking the Exam
    7. General Tips to Help You Through the Process
    8. Final Practice Exam


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