Business Analysis is a discipline that enables organizations to improve and do better business. It enables positive change in the over-all organizational set-up through definition of needs and recommendation of appropriate solutions. The set of tasks and techniques used to perform business analysis are defined in ‘A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®Guide).’
In this course, participants will learn how to build real-world models that showed complex business requirements to be used as inputs in defining solutions (both functional and non-functional). A holistic approach in identifying requirements will be based on the overall enterprise architecture requirements.
With the increasing complexity on how to identify solutions to business needs, this course will cover how Business Analysis methods, tools and techniques are being used in the creation and maintenance of Enterprise Architecture. Enterprise Architecture contains four domains, namely: Business, Data, Application and Technology Architectures. The four domain architectures use business analysis in the definition, elicitation, and analysis of various types of requirements. By using business analysis tools and techniques, all systems requirements are aligned and in sync.
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:
1. Explain the various knowledge areas in business analysis.
2. Distinguish the scope of responsibilities of business analyst working on business development and IT/Technology.
3. Model business workflow using successful cases and diagrams.
4. Present the distinction amongst level of requirements.
5. Write good business and solution requirements based on international standards and best practices.
6. Align business analysis with Enterprise Architecture practices.
Seminar Course Outline
I. Introduction to Business Analysis
1.1 The Business Analysis Body of Knowledge 3.0
1.2 Body of Knowledge Relationships
II. Definition of Roles in Business Analysis
III. Concepts and Principles of Requirements
1.1 Business Requirements vs. Specifications
IV. Classification of Requirements based on BABOK 3.0
1.1 Business Requirements
1.2 Stakeholder Requirements
1.3 Solution Requirements
1.4 Transition Requirements
V. Business Analysis and Monitoring Processes
VI. Enterprise Analysis Processes
VII. Requirements Analysis Processes
VIII. Requirements Management Processes
IX. Solutions Assessment and Validation Processes
X. Using Business Analysis in the context of Enterprise Architecture
XI. Enterprise Architecture Domains
XII. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF 9.1) Primer
XIII. Business Analysis Skills and Techniques used in the creation or maintenance of Enterprise Architecture
XIV. Mapping of Business Analysis Tools and Techniques in the Architecture Development Method
Who Should Attend
Executives (CxO – levels), Presidents, Managing Directors, Business Strategy Experts, Operations Managers, Business Analysts, Enterprise Architects, System Analysts, Requirement Engineers, Process Analysts, Product Managers, Process Owners, Enterprise Analysts, Business Architects, Management Consultants and those who perform related disciplines, such as, project management, software development and Quality Assurance.
PHP 11,700 plus VAT, covering meals and seminar kit
US$ 365 for Foreign Nationals plus VAT, covering meals and seminar kit
Payment and Discount Scheme
– Package of 5 Delegates + 1 Free
– 10% Discount to Past Delegates
– 20% Discount to Academe/ Students/ Government
The Resource Speaker and Expert
Chair and Chief Enterprise Architect
She is also the Senior Quality Advisor and Business Consultant for the following industries: Financials, Telecommunications, Shared Services, Manufacturing, Information and Communications Technology. Served as an Enterprise Director of Quality, Quality Manager and Project Manager for multinational companies located in Asia, Europe and USA.
She designs and implements integrated quality management systems, business analysis and enterprise architecture for manufacturing and service industries. She represents the company to international organizations such as The Open Group – an international organization for Enterprise Architecture, and IIBA – International Institute for Business Analysis.
Jocelyn earned certifications in Enterprise Architect, Quality Business Analyst, and Lean Six Sigma from American Society for Quality and International Alliance of Quality Professionals. She graduated Master in Information Management from Asia Pacific College and earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics major in Computer Science from the University of Santo Tomas. She is a recipient of the Global Award For Outstanding Contribution to Quality & Leadership at the World Quality Congress 2014, India.