Introduction to the CBAP and CCBA Training

In this 4 day introduction to the CBAP and CCBA Training class students will learn: 

  • Purpose of the BABOK Guide
  • Navigating the BABOK Guide contents
    and structure

BABOK Guide Overview

Core concepts of business analysis

  • The role of BA
  • Effective practices
  • Introducing six BABOK Guide
    knowledge areas

Underlying competencies of BA

  • Analytical thinking
  • Business knowledge
  • Problem solving
  • Interaction
  • Software applications
  • Communication

Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

Allocating requirements resources and tasks

  • Identifying team roles and responsibilities
  • Assigning work activities to team members
  • Performing stakeholder analysis

Determining planning considerations

  • Deciding how to manage requirements risks
  • Selecting and estimating activity duration and effort

Agreeing to solution scope and change

  • Reporting and communicating requirements status
  • Quantifying project and product metrics


Collecting the stated requirements

  • Preparing for and conducting elicitation activities
  • Documenting and confirming elicitation results
  • Actively engaging key stakeholders

Selecting the right elicitation techniques

  • Brainstorming
  • Document analysis
  • Focus groups
  • Interface analysis
  • Interviews
  • Observation
  • Prototyping
  • Requirements workshops
  • Survey

Requirements Management and Communication

Communicating solution scope and requirements

  • Addressing requirements traceability and reuse
  • Building appropriate requirements packages

Managing conflicts, issues and changes

  • Tracing requirements from origination to implementation
  • Presenting requirements for approval and sign-off

Enterprise Analysis

Defining the business problem or opportunity

  • Identifying capability gaps
  • Conducting feasibility studies
  • Approving the business case

Charting the project investment path

  • Defining solution scope
  • Participating in project selection

Requirements Analysis

Progressively elaborating the real requirements

  • Structuring and specifying requirements
  • Performing gap analysis
  • Verifying and validating
  • Stating solution capabilities, assumptions and

Applying the appropriate modeling techniques

  • Data and behavior models
  • Process and flow models
  • Usage models

Solution Assessment and Validation

Ensuring solutions meet stakeholder objectives

  • Proposing alternate solutions and technology options
  • Reviewing proposed solutions relative to requirements
  • Allocating requirements across solution components
  • Defining transition requirements for the new solution

Assessing organizational change readiness

  • Validating that the solution meets the business need
  • Creating training and user documentation
  • Providing post-implementation support
  • Evaluating solution performance after deployment

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