Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring Essentials
This course focuses on how to determine the activities required in order to “zero-in” or define business/organizational issue(s), create an initial work plan, and demonstrate how actions will be carried out.
What you can learn.
- Explore the various facets that comprise a strategically balanced plan
- Gather key stakeholders' considerations to perform comprehensive business analysis planning and monitoring
- Gain working knowledge of the tools that drive business analysis
About this course:A crucial foundation for a complete business analysis effort is a strategically balanced plan. With key stakeholders' considerations and/or active stakeholder involvement in mind, this class teaches you how to determine which activities are required in order to “zero-in” or define the business/organizational issue(s) and create an initial work plan to demonstrate how the related actions steps will be carried out. Students examine the processes and activities to perform comprehensive business analysis planning and monitoring, the tools that drive business analysis, and learn to identify and analyze stakeholders’ interests and selection of the appropriate process re-engineering methodologies. It is strongly recommended that students successfully complete the Business Analysis Fundamentals class prior to enrolling in this course.
Spring 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.
Enrollment limited; early enrollment advised. Visitors not permitted. Internet access required.