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Scoping is the process of defining the boundaries of a product, program, project, or iteration. Depending on your viewpoint and your involvement in the project, the components within the scope you’re analyzing may be slightly different; i.e. budget, time, resource, quality or features and functions; or stakeholders, interfaces, data flows, and processes. For purposes of this class, the viewpoint considered is from the business analysis scope perspective to identify the stakeholders (external agents or actors), interfaces, data flows, and high-level processes of concern in order to effectively determine the area for which analysis needs to be performed.
Business analysis scope is defined using a context diagram.
This course covers scoping techniques and best practices to ensure that you are eliciting and analyzing the right requirements based on the problem statement and that you have a framework for staying within the boundaries of the project. It also provides a technique to facilitate enough analysis so that requirements aren’t missed, but aren’t overdone either. The scope diagram provides a baseline and a primary reference for measuring all future project changes and project performance.
This course is designed for Business Analysts, Project Managers, Business Systems Analysts, Product Managers, Product Owners, System Architect, Process Engineers, Requirements Engineers or any member of the project team.
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There are no prerequisites to attend this course.
Each student will receive a copy of the course documentation prepared by Netmind.
Interactive workshops allow students to practice requirements analysis techniques as they learn. It is compatible with the standards described in the BABOK® IIBA Guide and the PMI-PBA®certification. This course can be taught independently or as part of our 4-day Essential Skills for Business Analysis course.
This course is included in our Business Analysis Certification Program. By attending this course, students earn credit towards the BA Associate and BA Certified certifications, as well as credit towards the Strategy and Solution Evaluation Badge.
Additionally, students will earn 7 credit hours for their attendance.
A certificate of attendance will be issued to students who attend the course for at least 75% of the duration.
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