Business Analysis With Agile

The Business Analysis With Agile training course is focused on helping product owners and project managers effectively capture and document requirements for an Agile project.

After a brief overview of Agile project delivery, the Business Analysis With Agile course will teach you the ins-and-outs of eliciting requirements in Agile projects. In addition, you'll learn how the idea of product centricity can be used to work with the product owner to develop a product road map. The course concludes with an examination of best practice techniques, learned through real-world, in-the-trenches work, for eliciting requirements. 

This course is a mixture of lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises. To get the most out of the Business Analysis With Agile training course, you should have prior exposure to Agile.

Course Summary

Purpose: 
Learn how to effective capture business requirements for an Agile project.
Audience: 
Business Analysts looking to learn Agile requirements gathering.
Skill Level: 
Learning Style: 

Hands-on training is customized, instructor-led training with an in-depth presentation of a technology and its concepts, featuring such topics as Java, OOAD, and Open Source.

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Duration: 
2 Days
Productivity Objectives: 
  • Identify the key practices of Agile analysis and ways to make requirements practices “lean”
  • Understand the value of a product road map and release planning for large, complex products
  • Describe how Agile methods differ from traditional development
  • Define the key principles, practices, and processes of Agile Development
  • Identify the roles people play in an Agile project
  • Define and analyze Agile requirements

What You'll Learn

In the Business Analysis With Agile training course, you’ll learn:

  • Introduction to Agile Development
    • Agile Overview
    • The Agile Potential
    • The Agile Manifesto
    • Agile Alone is Not Enough
    • Can Agile Fail?
    • The Best Agile
    • Self-Organized Teams
    • The Business Analyst Role in Agile
  • Business Analysis in Agile Projects
    • Multiple Levels of Planning
    • The “Ever-unfolding Story”
    • Progressive Requirements Elaboration
    • How to do Requirements-driven Agile
    • Requirements as the Basis for Agile Backlog
    • How Agile Methods Impact Requirements Risks
  • Agile Business Analysis: Product View
    • Agile’s Big View
    • Working with Your Product Owner
    • Product Cision
    • Product Roadmapping
    • Keeping Your Eye on Requirements
  • Agile Business Analysis: Release Planning
    • Release Planning
    • User Stories, Epics, and Sagas
    • Quality Attributes and Interfaces
    • Grooming the Backlog
  • Agile Business Analysis: Sprints and Iterations
    • Use Cases in Agile
    • Actors and Roles
    • Understanding User Stories
    • Comparing and Contrasting User Stories and Use Cases
    • Right-sizing User Stories (Just Enough Detail and No More)
    • Defining “Done”
    • Testing Stories
    • Estimating in Agile Projects
    • Calculating Capacity
    • Determining Velocity
    • Selecting Stories
  • Metrics to Remember
    • Velocity
    • Software Quality
    • Team Success and Sustainable Pace
    • Metrics Overview

Meet Your Instructor

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Julian

Julian first touched fingers to keypunch in 1972, punching Fortran code onto cards at Imperial College in London (England, that is) and soon moved onto Macro-11 programming on PDP-11s. This qualifies him as a Real Programmer, and until recently, he even had a PDP-11 in his garage at home to remind him of better times.

He learnt Fortran while becoming a geologist at Imperial College, but he has never practised in the rock business, as he succumbed to the...

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