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Applying Business Analysis Techniques in Agile Environments

by Milena Pajic

Discover which business analysis techniques you can utilize as a member of an Agile team. Study for the IIBA® Agile Analysis (IIBA®-AAC) Certification and collect your Continuing Development Units (CDUs).

What you'll learn

Business analysts can nowadays easily become members of any Agile team. The reason for this is that business analysis practices evolved, and well-known BA tools and techniques have been adapted to be utilized in the Agile approaches, in any area of business. In this course, Applying Business Analysis Techniques in Agile Environment, you will learn how to apply business analysis tools and techniques with an Agile mindset at each of the planning horizons, Strategy, Initiative, and Delivery. First, you will learn how to map the BABOK Guide tasks to each of the horizons. Next, you will discover which business analysis techniques you can utilize as a member of an Agile team. Finally, you will explore how to put those techniques into practice in an Agile environment. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of adapting business analysis techniques needed to employ them in an Agile environment successfully. This course helps you prepare for the IIBA-AAC® Certification. Plus, you can earn Continuing Development Units (CDUs) by completing it. Enjoy the journey ahead and embrace the opportunity to expand your skill-set!

About the author

Milena Pajic has more than a two-decade-long career in the IT industry, leading distributed teams and managing projects on the international level. Software developer by education, she dug deep into the code, earned significant hands-on experience, and learned the rules of the game. She has been heavily involved in building teams on the basis of self-organization and cross-functionality, spreading her knowledge, and investing in education. Milena is a Master of Computer Science, PMP Certified Pr... more

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