By the numbers
Skill level: All Levels
Students: 403
Languages: English
Captions: Yes
Lectures: 13
Video: 2 total hours
FeaturesAvailable on iOS and Android

This is a practical approach to learning Business Analysis. In this I would be explaining the basics of business analysis, documents prepared by business analyst. I would be covering how one can gather business and functional requirement This course will also cover business analyst interview questions and applications that is must for BA. This course covers the following modules:

1: Introduction to Business Analysis, Why a Business Analyst?, Training Ladder, Role of a Business Analyst, Business Analyst Ingredients, IT Team Structure

2: Business Team Structure, Hands On- Documenting Business Requirements Document (BRD)

3: System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Overview, understanding ‘As-is Business’

4: Case Study- Understanding As Is Business and Documenting BRD for a Life Insurance Company

5: Hands On-Documenting Functional Requirements Document (FRD)

6: Case Study- Documenting FRD

7: Hands On- Documenting Use Case

8: Hands On-Drawing UML (Unified Modeling Language) Diagrams-: Activity Diagram, State Diagram, Use Case Diagram

9: Software Engineering Processes: Waterfall, Rational Unified Process (RUP), Agile Scrum

10: Hands On- Documenting User Story

11: Power BI for business analyst. It will cover report view features of Power BI.

12: Understanding of product backlog. It will also cover how to prioritize it with using various methods such as T shirt sizing.

13. Hierarchy of agile task from theme, epic to sub task or bugs.

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What you’ll learn

  • Business Analysis Fundamentals- Understand the term “Business Analysis'”, the role of a Business Analyst as well as System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Hands On Learning: Creating Requirements Documents- Learn how to document BRD (Business Requirements Document), FRD (Functional Requirements Document), Use Case
  • How to create UML diagrams. Importance of UML diagram in business analyst role
  • Power BI knowledge needed as a business analyst. Focusing on the report view features.
  • What is product backlog. How to prioritize product backlog.
  • Overall understanding of the project. How does IT company works.
  • In and out knowledge of Insurance domain. How to create products in Insurance domain

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • No prerequisites! This course covers A to Z of Business Analysis- eliminating the need of any prior Business Analysis knowledge or experience.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone and everyone looking for a career change.
  • Recent college graduates.
  • Business Analyst aspirants
  • Product Owner Aspirants
  • Wanted to know how IT industry works
Rajat Singh KalraBusiness Analyst at PayPal

With 5+ years of experience as a Business Analyst, I have realized that the real Business Analyst role is completely different than what one would learn reading books and articles. Hence, I believe in a completely practical approach which can be seen in the videos. I have had the pleasure of working with amazing professionals in Finance, Insurance, eCommerce, Education, Mortgage and Digital Marketing Industries. I have learnt all the industry best practices and the goal is to deliver them to my students. Moreover, I have been working on Agile Scrum for more than 4 years and I am a certified Scrum Master.