“Business analyst practitioners are poised to have a dramatic impact on organizations’ ability to create more responsive business models while addressing the business/IT divide that plagues so many companies today.”
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International Institute of Business Analysis
Innovations in information technology have had a dramatically positive impact on American business over the last 15 years. Still, research consistently shows that 50% to 70% of software and other large-scale transformation projects fail to deliver the intended business value. A knowledgeable business analyst can dramatically improve on those percentages.
Business analysis is the practice of enabling change in an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders. The Business Analyst enables an enterprise to articulate needs and the rationale for change and to describe solutions that will deliver the desired business results.
The Business Analyst works as a liaison among stakeholders in order to elicit, analyze, communicate, validate and satisfy requirements for changes to business processes, policies and information systems. To succeed in this role, an individual must have a broad range of business, technical and interpersonal skills. The Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK 3.0) defines these skills in great detail. This Boot Camp distills the most essential skills into a five-day program. It is not a test prep course but rather a roadmap for success in the increasingly critical role of a Business Analyst.
To receive a Certificate of Completion, participants must attend all five days.
The Business Analysis Boot Camp delivers skills, techniques and tools to: