6 Business Analysis knowledge areas - FREE Training, Interview, & Project Support

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A specialized curriculum developed for Senior Managers we are starting with Business Analysis , business user coordination and understanding business requirements, needs and work on initial solutions building the business long term engagements.
Next step is to know the Management for Project , Product & services development , testing, release, warranty & support life cycles this will guide you to understand PMP-PgMP process the 10 knowledge areas as per PM Book 6. Learn to build new customized process & templates

We also included Agile evaluations starting from the flexibility & collaborations and Agile principles then understand various flavors like eXtreme Practices (XP), Scrum, Pair and the specificity of that. The next natural step to learn SAFe , scaled Agile process and adoptability.

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is a knowledge base of proven, integrated principles, practices, and competencies for achieving business agility using Lean, Agile, and DevOps. This framework effortlessly aligns and synchronizes for large-scale, multi-team Agile projects to develop and deliver enterprise-class technology-based solutions with high quality and faster time-to-market.

The most crucial part is Product Owner / business owner role which are in demand as senior managers almost to level of CXO levels. We are to prepare participants for such great roles and great high paying opportunities. This can take you to $ 250 K plus remunerations.
Business Analysis Process | Requirements Life Cycle | BABook | BA Tools & Techniques | Requirement & Scope | Data Driven Decision Making | Business Analytics with Excel | Project Management & BA | Software Development Lifecycles | Waterfall, Agile XP, SCRUM, Pair| PM Tools MS Project |JIRA / Rational Unified Process (RUP) | DevOps | Estimation Blog, FP, Cocomo | PMI 10 Knowledge Areas | Scrum Events & Artifacts | Sprint Planning | Daily Scrum | Sprint Review | SAFe – Need & understanding |CICD – tools | Hands on workshop| Interview Support | Resume building workshops | Project remote support

Product Owner’s responsibilities:

Ensures user stories are “ready” for development to start work.
Ensures each story has the correct acceptance criteria.
Gathers, manages, and prioritizes the product backlog.
Ensures close collaboration with the development team.
Works closely with engineering and quality assurance to ensure the right customer problem is solved. This can involve sharing market research and competitive analysis with the team to best focus their efforts.
Has technical product knowledge or specific domain expertise.
Contributes to the work of the Product Manager as they define a product differentiation strategy.
Tracks progress towards the release of a product.

The Product Owner MAY be asked to work on some or all of the following tasks:
Create the product vision and roadmap which accomplishes the goal of the vision.
Develops positioning for the product.
Work with a cross-functional team in planning a product release.
Develops personas either alone or in conjunction with a team including user experience experts.
Define customer needs and the associated features to meet those needs.
Advocates on behalf of the customer for the development team.
Prioritizes defect or bug resolution.
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