Business Analysis Techniques: Evaluating Solutions
To ensure change initiatives generate value for organizations, it’s critical that business analysts be able to evaluate both present and potential solutions. This course focuses on the techniques related to fulfilling this important responsibility.
What you'll learn
To ensure change initiatives generate value for organizations, it’s critical that business analysts be able to evaluate both present and potential solutions. In this course, Business Analysis Techniques: Evaluating Solutions, you'll focus on the techniques related to fulfilling this important responsibility. First, you'll learn how benchmarking and metrics set the stage of evaluation efforts. Then, you'll examine how quantitative and qualitative measures can be harnessed to understand solution performance. After that, you'll find out how traceability and accountability relate to solution development, and how sign-off from key stakeholders can be obtained. Finally, you'll discover how a variety of other business analysis techniques might also be effectively leveraged in solution evaluation. When you're finished with this course, you'll be better equipped to judge whether a change initiative is successful, and be more ready to make the changes and revisions necessary to ensure your analysis work results in organizational success.
Table of contents
- Module Introduction 1m
- Validating Solution Value 6m
- Understanding Organizational Context 8m
- Tracking Change Progress 5m
- Defining and Ensuring Solution Success 9m
- Evaluating Solutions with Stakeholders 11m
- Understanding and Validating New Solutions 6m
- Defending Against Change Initiative Risks 8m
- Learning from Change Initiatives 4m
- Module Review 4m