Business Analyst

  • Instructor: Elsa Nielsen
  • Lectures: 29
  • Quizzes: 1
  • Students: 2237
  • Duration: 10 weeks

A business analyst is someone who analyzes information and investigates the goals and issues of a company. They advise organizations on how to improve their efficiency and finances. They are responsible for figuring out the actual needs of the company, not simply the stakeholder’s expressed wishes. They will communicate with a wide variety of people, such as the staff, the executives, the IT department and the customers in order to evaluate the situation fairly and define any and all issues. Quite often, the business analyst will be a facilitator and help the communication between the organization’s departments. They will then document their findings, evaluate and present their solutions.

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Prerequisites

The basic knowledge of Graphical User Interface, Object Oriented Programming and software tools and menus are the only prerequisite for this tutorial.

Before you start proceeding with this course on Academy Europe, we are assuming that you have a good aptitude and can think logically. You should want to try something different.

Ideal candidates for the course would typically possess:

– Discipline and attentiveness

– Ability to conduct research

– Ability to perform tasks with speed, efficiency, and accuracy

– Analytical judgment

– Patience to interpret technical/scientific data

– A willingness to learn, roll up your sleeves and work toward your dream!

– A computer, tablet or smartphone and an internet connection

– Basic computer skills

Audience

This tutorial has been intended for the users willing to take the human computer interactions as a next level of study in their career.

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This course is directed toward a student-centered, independent study, asynchronous learning approach.

After completing this course on Academy Europe, students will get self improvement  and promotion in their careers.

This course is based on at least two learning skills which are provided  to the users through audio & visuals, videos, verbal presentations and articles, all of which are asynchronized with distance education approach.

What does a Business Analyst do?

A business analyst will spend a good part of their time doing research and asking many questions, and this is done so that the analyst can understand the particular project fully and look for any solution options. Business analysts are skilled communicators, and know how to listen to verbal as well as non-verbal messages, engage in open dialogue and communicate what they’ve learned to the appropriate parties.

A business analyst analyzes information and investigates the goals and issues of a company.

Analyzing the information gathered is a big part of the job. The information needs to be studied for any patterns and trends, and reviewed to make sure it is as current and accurate as it can be. The business analyst must then take the results of any observations and analysis and needs to document them as either text or in the form of graphs, charts or illustrations. Since there can oftentimes be more than one solution, there needs to be considerable time spent comparing and analyzing solutions. The chosen solution is still heavily evaluated throughout the design and implementation period in order to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of the business and that the best implementation process is chosen.

Are you suited to be a business analyst?

Business analysts have distinct personalities. They tend to be investigative individuals, which means they’re intellectual, introspective, and inquisitive. They are curious, methodical, rational, analytical, and logical. Some of them are also enterprising, meaning they’re adventurous, ambitious, assertive, extroverted, energetic, enthusiastic, confident, and optimistic.

What is the workplace of a Business Analyst like?

Business analysis uses a disciplined approach for introducing and managing change to organizations, whether they are for-profit businesses, governments, or non-profits. Business analysts can work in a variety of industries, such as banking, finance, telecoms, insurance, software services, and utilities. They can quite easily switch between industries.

Training Syllabus

 Tutorial Introduction
 Tutorial Stakeholder Need Analysis

Lifecycles

 Tutorial Software Development Lifecycles
 Tutorial Requirement Lifecycles

Software Engineering Methods

 Tutorial General SDLC plus Waterfall Model
 Tutorial Rapid Software Development (RAD)
 Tutorial Incremental Model
 Tutorial Spiral
 Tutorial Agile

Requirements Process

 Tutorial Learn software requirements analysis with case study
 Tutorial Requirements Analysis and Transformation Techniques
 Tutorial What is a Functional Requirement? Specification, Types, EXAMPLES
 Tutorial What is Non-Functional Requirement? Types and Examples
 Tutorial Functional Requirements vs Non Functional Requirements: Key Differences

Finalizing Requirements

 Tutorial Presenting

Managing Requirements Assets

 Tutorial Change Control

Documentation

 Tutorial BRS VS SRS

Quality Assurance

 Tutorial Overview of testing
 Tutorial Basics of Manual testing
 Tutorial Defect Life Cycle
 Tutorial UAT (User Acceptance Testing)
 Tutorial Impact Analysis in Software Testing

The complete Process

 Tutorial Business Analysis process

Must read topic

 Tutorial Entity Relationship Diagrams
 Tutorial Decision Tables
 Tutorial Structured Walkthroughs
 Tutorial Business Analyst Interview Questions & Answers
 Tutorial Software Configuration Management Tutorial
 Tutorial BEST Software Configuration Management Tools
 Tutorial 30 Best Requirements Management Tools
 Tutorial 21 Best Business Analysis Tools for BA Analyst



  • Introduction to Business Analysis 0/2

  • Lifecycles 0/2

  • Software Engineering Methods 0/5

  • Requirements Process 0/6

  • Managing Requirements Assets 0/1

  • Documentation 0/1

  • Quality Assurance 0/5

  • The complete Process 0/1

  • Business Analyst Interview 0/6

  • Completion of Course 0/1

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Elsa Nielsen is an artificial intelligence instructor and course content presenter at Academy Europe. She is an expert in instructional design and teaching. She supplements her knowledge in E-learning and Educational Technology by using AI and TTS elements.

Price

Free