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BABOK: Elicitation and Collaboration

This is an IIBA endorsed course, dedicated to studying the “Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring” knowledge area of the BABOK Guide 3.0. The training focuses on tasks such as eliciting, documenting, and communicating business analysis information, as well as how to collaborate with stakeholders while preparing for elicitation and confirming its results.
Code: REQ-052
Duration: 16 hours

Description

This is an IIBA endorsed course, dedicated to studying the “Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring” knowledge area of the BABOK Guide 3.0. The training focuses on tasks such as eliciting, documenting, and communicating business analysis information, as well as how to collaborate with stakeholders while preparing for elicitation and confirming its results.

The BABOK Guide is an internationally recognized standard for the practice of business analysis. It summarizes the experience of leading business analysts around the world and describes 30 major tasks of business analysis, along with 50 techniques that are commonly used for solving these tasks.

The major challenge with self-studying the BABOK Guide is that, while describing the typical tasks of business analysis, it does not explain when and how one should perform these tasks. It assumes that business analysts will be able to answer these questions on their own, based on their personal experience and specifics of a particular project. Besides that, the BABOK Guide provides very few examples that might help analysts relate the theoretical knowledge to their daily practice.

The purpose of this course is to overcome that challenge. A systematic explanation of tasks related to eliciting business analysis information and collaborating with stakeholders is accompanied by detailed information based on real-life examples from both the instructor’s personal experience and the best practices. Participants will take part in training exercises that help consolidate their understanding. We will also explore some examples of IIBA certification exam questions.

Professional Development Hours (PDH) - 16

Roadmap

What is “Elicitation”?
  • What do we elicit?
  • How do we elicit?

Performing of elicitation
  • Prepare for elicitation
  • Conduct elicitation
  • Confirm elicitation results

Elicitation techniques
  • Techniques for research
  • Collaborative techniques
  • Techniques for experiment

Collaboration
  • Communicate business analysis information
  • Manage stakeholder collaboration

Objectives

The primary objective of this training is to provide an understanding and develop the necessary skills for solving the tasks of eliciting business analysis information and collaborating with stakeholders, as described in the BABOK Guide 3.0. Besides, the course is intended to facilitate the completion of the certification process through a better understanding of the BABOK Guide content and certification exam questions.

Target Audience

The course is oriented towards business analysis practitioners and other specialists who are involved in eliciting information and collaborating with stakeholders. It is of particular interest to those who are planning to complete level 2 or 3 of the IIBA certification.

Prerequisites

Participants should have a good grasp of the key concepts of business analysis and generic stakeholder roles, know how to distinguish between different types of requirements, and be able to tell requirements from designs

We highly recommend completing an introductory course on business analysis before attending this one. 


Trainer in Online
Lucian Naghel Business Analysis, Product Management and Product Ownership Consultant
Lucian is a certified business analysis practitioner and enthusiast, always interested in discovering and learning about new domains. With more than 10 years of experience in business analysis, he contributes by building excellence in this discipline. Since 2014 he is an active board member and trainer for the International Institute of Business Analysis (Romania Chapter) as well as aspeaker at Romanian and European conferences on the subject.

In every project he is involved in, Lucian is focused on bringing value to the organization. That is why he also has a great deal of experience in product management, scrum mastery, product ownership and delivery management. He works closely with business intelligence and user experience design teams and he likes to share his knowledge with practitioners, mentoring others and networking.

Lucian is a Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) and he also has certifications as a RPA Business Analyst, RPA Developer Foundation, Professional Scrum Master and Professional Scrum Product Owner I.
Course is scheduled in: Online
17.05.2021 - 19.05.2021
Time: 09:00-15:00
City: Online
Duration: 16 hours
Language: Romanian
Trainer
Lucian Naghel
Business Analysis, Product Management and Product Ownership Consultant
-10% €240
€216
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17.05.2021 - 19.05.2021
Time: 09:00-15:00
City: Online
Duration: 16 hours
Language: Romanian
Trainer
Lucian Naghel
Business Analysis, Product Management and Product Ownership Consultant
-10% €240
€216
Register for the next course
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Registering in advance ensures you have priority. We’ll notify you when we schedule the next course on this topic
Bucharest €240
Krakow €240
Wroclaw €240

Invoices for the course will be issued in local currency. All fees above can change according to training location and delivery mode and are subject to change while scheduling. Price does not include VAT.

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Recommended Reading:

  • A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®
  • (BABOK® Guide) https://www.iiba.org/babok-guide.aspx
  • Software Requirements (3rd Edition), Karl Wiegers, Joy Beatty, Microsoft Press (2013)
  • Software Requirement Patterns (Developer Best Practices), Stephen Withall, Microsoft Press; 1 edition (2007)
  • Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise, Dean Leffingwell, Addison-Wesley Professional (2011)

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