Solution Assessment, Validation, and Implementation
This course covers the final step of business analysis, focusing on designing and implementing solutions with measurable, reportable outcomes, and communicating to stakeholders post-implementation reviews and assessments.
What you can learn.
- Learn how to strategically propose and model effective solutions within the context of the organization
- Develop of estimates for time, resources, and budgets required to implement solutions that will meet the project requirements
- Learn to facilitate the solution process: developing alternatives, solution selection, ensuring usability, supporting quality assurance, and finally on-time, on-budget implementation
About this course:The solution, assessment, validation, and implementation of issues and/or opportunities depends on the quality alternatives identified through requirements gatherings and analysis. In this final process step, the business analyst can strategically propose and model effective solutions within the context of the organization. Key “deliverables” in this course include development of estimates for time and the resources and budgets required to implement solutions that meet the project requirements. Additionally, this course focuses on how to design and implement solutions with measurable, reportable outcomes. Business analysts are accountable for proposed solutions just as they are accountable for prior process steps. In this class, the student learns to facilitate the solution process: developing alternatives, solution selection, ensuring usability, supporting the quality assurance, and on-time, on-budget implementation. The ability to assess projects after implementation is included as a key component of a business analyst's job, therefore learning how to evaluate internal reporting technology options, as well as reporting formats is a prerequisite for future assessment and validation of the solution(s). Effective stakeholder communications of the impacts and post-implementation reviews and assessments are a part of the business analyst's responsibilities and are included in this course.
Spring 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online and have no regular meeting times.
Enrollment limited; early enrollment advised. Visitors not permitted. Internet access required. Materials required.