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Course length:
Training language:
21 lessons
English
Course fee:
225 500 HUF + VAT

Course dates and application

First training day: 11 March 2024, Further training days: 12., 13.

on working days (09.00 - 16.30)
Application deadline:
26 February 2024
Training language:
English
Course fee:
225 500 HUF + VAT
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Benefits for listeners:

  • Gaining knowledge and understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Business Analyst in an agile approach.
  • Learning techniques and practices of business analysis in an agile approach
  • Become acquainted with ways of moving from traditional to more agile methods of work.

Benefits for the organization:

  • Teaches project managers - both traditional and agile, who often also perform the duties of business analysts, about what the role a Business Analyst is playing. They also teach them  agile work techniques.
  • Scrum developers will benefit due to understanding the role of the Departmental Analyst, because Scrum does not define or describe such a role.
  • Scrum Product Owners will acquire new skills related to developing products in an agile way during the training.

Training addressed to business analysts, project managers change analysts, Scrum Product Owners, system analysts who want to use agile approach and people who create products (developers in Scrum) responsible for analysis.

No special preparation of the students is required, although earlier participation in the Agile Project Management® Foundation training is strongly recommended. These two trainings complement each other.

COURSE OUTLINE:

1. INTRODUCTION

2. BUSINESS POINT OF VIEW

3. TECHNIQUES OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ANALYSIS

4. AGILE APPROACH, PHILOSOPHY, PRINCIPLES, PROCESS, PRODUCTS

5. ROLES AND TEAMS

6. BUSINESS CASE IN AGILE APPROACH

7. STAKEHOLDERS AND FIGURES

8. USER REQUIREMENTS AND STORIES

9. THE LIFE CYCLE OF REQUIREMENTS AND PRIORITIZING

10. FACILITATED WORKSHOPS

11. MODELING

12. ITERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING / APPLICATION OF TIMEBOXES AND ESTIMATION

13. REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING, MOVING TO AGILEBA

14. SUMMARY OF TRAINING AND CLOSURE

15. PREPARATION FOR THE EXAM

16. EXAM

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