By understanding how to best manage business analysis professionals you will be able to maximize the impact your individual BAs and overall business analysis practice will have on your organization.
Both large and small organizations are realizing the benefits of using business analysis professionals on all business and IT projects. A business analysis (BA) professional acts as a liaison among many different stakeholder groups to facilitate the right solutions. For example, the most common use of a BA is aligning business people who have a business problem with technology people who know how to create automated solutions.
In order to realize the maximum value a business analysis discipline can bring to an organization, BAs require consistent support, encouragement, and coaching to empower them to fulfill this critical role. Additionally, for business analysis to be successful in organizations, both the IT and business community must embrace the business analysis process. The most important support group for the BA is their direct manager.
In this course you will learn:
- The positive impact a strong business analysis practice can have on your organization.
- The key characteristics of a successful business analysis professional.
- Strategies for managing and working with business analysis professionals.
- Current industry trends impacting business analysis.
This seminar is for managers, supervisors, and project managers who manage or direct business analysis professionals.
What Makes a Good BA
Strategies for Managing Business Analysis Professionals
Current Industry Trends
Develop Your Action Plan / Course Summary