Course Number: SBAE 6253 (1.8 CEUs/18 Hours)
The ultimate goal of business analysis is to propose strategic solutions to business problems. In order to do that, business analysts need to first determine the current enterprise needs and problems based on research and assessment from multiple sources. Enterprise analysis describes the activities performed to understand the organization's environment, structure, business process, model and needs. This course focuses on how to identify business needs, how to establish a business case, and how to develop high-level statement of goals, objectives and strategies based on the organization's existing standards and infrastructure.
Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
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Course part of: Business Analysis Certificate
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Required: 1) A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge by IIBA, ISBN: 978-1927584026. 2) Seven-Steps-Mastering-Business-Analysis ISBN: 978-1-6042700-7-5. Students may purchase the textbooks from any major online book distributors.