Be Built for Change
Our transformative training programs empower your people to provide business value by solving the right problems, thinking innovatively, and responding confidently to the challenge at hand.
Agile and Business Analyst Training
Learn from our agile and business analysis training experts on how to take complex concepts and streamline them using techniques and tools to ensure you are building and delivering the right thing. Level-set your team and enhance your requirements analysis, critical thinking, value management, decision making, facilitation, elicitation, strategic thinking, process improvement, prioritization and collaboration skills.
Our courses emphasize realistic, hands-on practice, are taught by real industry experts, and reinforce the learning through our post-class Make Learning Stick program.
Agile Transformation and Maturity
Many organizations have embraced agile as an approach to deliver value faster. However, these organizations are recognizing that with agile, building the wrong things faster is very possible if you leave out a key component: understanding the real problem and evaluating the impact of the potential solutions before starting your sprint.
Business Analyst Training
Whether you’re looking to level-set your team or enhance your analysis skill set, we not only tailor our learning and development services to fit your needs, but we make sure the solution resonates with your team. Our experts will help your team learn to achieve better business outcomes by using “just enough” analysis to ensure you’re building and delivering the right thing.
“I couldn’t be more pleased with the results of our investment in the training and look forward to having B2T back again for more classes.”
Agile and Business Analyst Offerings
Meet Our Instructors
I was first introduced to artificial intelligence in 1983 as I watched the movie War Games. I was riveted as I watched a young man, David (played by Matthew Broderick), hack into a military computer to play games. The computer, Joshua, prefers playing chess but agrees...read more
The Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK Guide®) defines standards for the practice of business analysis. It describes six business analysis knowledge areas and a set of core concepts, along with underlying competencies, techniques, and perspectives on how to...read more
There are many reasons to document a work process, although at their heart, all of the reasons boil down to one thing: communication. In this article, we will take a look at some of the reasons why it’s necessary to document processes, even in an agile world. We’ll...read more