Business Analysis Classes from Your Clear Next Step
Looking for Business Analysis training? Check out these Business Analysis classes from Your Clear Next Step.
The role of the business analyst undergoes constant evolution in order to keep up with new technology and the changing needs of our business partners. This class will explore the 5 things a BA should do right now to keep pace.
This next-level class goes beyond the BABOK and BA basics to give you tools and knowledge that go into being a BA superstar. You’ll focus on six areas that Adaptable BAs excel in and discover how to integrate them into your own BA style.
What do BA’s do, really? And what does success look like for a BA? How do good BA’s spend their days, and how do they add value to our organizations? Find out at this half-day workshop!
In partnership with your local IIBA chapter, gain practical tools you can use to break into the business analysis space.
The best of both BA worlds: the textbook BA Fundamentals meets a tactical, practical real-world look at what BA’s actually do, this session is a great crash course for anyone in the BA world.
Ready to understand the Business Analysis discipline in a more formal way? This full-day session walks through the IIBA BABOK Guide 3rd Edition in a highly-structured way, allowing you a solid overview of the discipline and a chance to develop your own skills.
This is a reality-based crash course in what you absolutely need to know as a BA, packed with the essentials you need to do Business Analysis in the real world.
This class will help participants understand what business analysis really is while arming them with critical tools and techniques to perform business analysis well using best practices.
Business Analysis requires the ability to elicit requirements, and a requirements workshop can be an effective technique for doing just that.
How can I as a BA enable change in an organizational context? Every project and every person is unique, but what are the constants that can help others through change better – start to finish? Every project is unique. Every organization has its own culture, its own setting, its own cast of characters. But there are definitely themes that keep resurfacing from project to project, organization to organization.