Course Number: SBAE 6980 (1.8 CEUs/18 Hours)
Having a strategic and well-rounded plan is key for a complete business analysis effort. Business analysis planning and monitoring describes how to determine which activities are required in order to define the solution to a business problem, how those activities will be carried out, and the type of work effort will be involved. By nature of the profession, business analysts need to spend a majority of their time interacting with key players such as users, clients, managers and developers. Therefore having outstanding communication skills are absolutely necessary to thrive in this discipline. This course focuses on how to plan for business analysis project, identify and engage stakeholders, and communicate and present project requirements and requested changes in various forms.
Business Analysis Overview
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Instructor: C. Martin, Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA), Sr Principal Quality Engineer at Raytheon
Course part of: Business Analysis Certificate | Cal State Fullerton
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Required: 1) A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge by IIBA, ISBN: 978-1927584026. Recommended/Optional 2) Seven-Steps-Mastering-Business-Analysis ISBN: 978-1-6042700-7-5. Students may purchase the textbooks from Titan Bookstore or major online book distributors.