This course bridges the gap between Project Management and Business Analysis. It will extend the Project Manager's viewpoint to understand and facilitate excellent analysis and high quality requirements to deliver a fully formed solution, as well as delivering the project.
Many different roles are required within a Project Team: two of the most important roles are the Project Manager and the Business Analyst.
A Business Analyst understands business change needs, assesses the impact of those changes, captures, analyses and documents requirements and then supports the communication and delivery of those requirements with relevant parties.
Like Project Managers, Business Analysts must be great communicators, tactful diplomats, problem solvers, thinkers and analysers – with the ability to understand and respond to user needs in rapidly changing business environments.
Whilst a lot of Project Managers have been on formal training courses such as PRINCE2®, APM and PMI®, not many have had formal business analysis training which would help them and their organisations deliver more successful projects.
The course will be right if you:
At the end of this course you will be able to:
This interactive 3 day course uses a Case Study driven workshop approach to enable delegates to gain confidence in the use of well proven techniques in the areas defined above. It provides a good basis on which to extend the Project Manager's viewpoint of Business Analysis.