Business Analysis Workshop
Hands-on Consulting Sessions
Our business analyst workshops are intense consulting sessions focused on a specific issue to enhance business analysis skills or techniques. They are designed to provide participants an opportunity to work more in-depth with a business analysis expert on their company’s project(s). Use these business analysis workshops to move your projects forward and reinforce concepts and techniques. Workshops can be held for an entire team or multiple teams with a similar focus.
Workshops are structured as either half day or full day working sessions. Participants should bring their project to the workshop. They will work in groups to apply and practice the specific technique and receive coaching by the facilitator. Results and challenges will be discussed as a group to allow all participants the broadest learning opportunities.
Business Analysis Workshop Topics
Select the Right Business Analysis Technique
Identify questions that need to be answered and stop to think about the tools and techniques needed for project requirements.Full abstract.
Working Together with DiSC Profile Assessment
Increase the team members’ proficiency in interpreting the DiSC Profile Assessment and understand how to relate to others more effectively. If team members understand the best way to interact with others they’ll become a high performing team. Full abstract.
Breaking Requirements Down Into Core Components
Analyze requirements content, identify and expose their details, and gain a better understanding of the parts that make up the whole. Full abstract.
Defining Project Objectives
Review the components of specific and measureable objectives and supporting questions to identify actionable objectives. Full abstract.
The PM / BA Partnership
As a group, PMs and BAs share and discuss their roles and responsibilities and how they will best collaborate to bring success to their projects. Full abstract.
Scoping the Project
In-depth practice on defining project scope from the business analysis perspective and review of the components needed to begin the project. Full abstract.
Backlog Health Check
This workshop is intended for a delivery team that is well underway, and running into difficulty with backlog management. Full abstract.
Writing Excellent Requirements
Sharpen communication skills for writing and structuring textual requirements clearly. Full abstract.
Elicitation for Virtual Stakeholders
Brainstorm, discuss and determine the best elicitation techniques and strategies to apply on their current and future projects with remote stakeholders. Full abstract.
Analyzing Your Business Processes
This workshop focuses on the first step, practicing an approach to analyzing and documenting the AS IS model. Full abstract.
Finding Essential Processes to Understand Project Complexity
Quickly make an inventory of their requirements on their projects by finding essential processes. Full abstract.
Identifying Process Improvements
Identify where the bottlenecks are, any dissatisfaction with broken processes, the inefficiencies, hand-offs, and the value-add activities to develop an improved process. Full abstract.
Finding and Analyzing Data
Identify what data is needed, what should it look like, and where it comes from on your projects. Full abstract.
Writing Better Use Cases
Leverage a use case diagram to show solution scope or groupings of important system functionalities and write more clear, concise user cases. Full abstract.
Understanding Reporting Requirements
Designing a report is more than just stating a requirement, “Users must be able to report on the data.” Full abstract.
Estimating Business Analysis Work Workshop
Create more accurate estimates for their business analysis work on your project. Full abstract.
Being Agile on Your Project
Identify your team’s greatest area of need in order to move the project forward and deliver value. Full abstract.
Project Recovery, Get Back on Track
This workshop is designed for an entire project team to identify roadblocks or barriers to moving forward on their project. Full abstract.
Project Requirements Discovery
Get your delivery team started with a new effort or identify the need to establish a product backlog based on an agreed upon vision and goal(s). Full abstract.