Steering Strategy to Success for Business Analysts
- 2 day(s)Duration
- BAI578Course Code
This course delivers a comprehensive framework for business analysts (BA) to apply in their role. It is based on a real-world philosophy published by both PMI and IIBA in 2014 and presented at Project World & Business Analyst World conferences in Toronto and Boston in 2015. It defines the Enterprise Triple Constraint as the integration of strategy, analysis, and implementation and contains three fundamental principles:
- Without professional business analysis, pursuing the enterprise strategy becomes a heuristic process burdened with avoidable cost, delay, and risk of failure.
- Without mature professional project management for implementation, strategic planning and business analysis become academic exercises.
- Without sound strategic planning, both business analysis and project management become orphans, and success becomes speculative and ephemeral at best.
But when all three elements of the Enterprise Triple Constraint are synchronized, the enterprise vision, goals, and objectives have a very high probability of attainment. This course shows BAs how to understand and partner with executives to maximize that probability while minimizing risk. For two days attendees will examine, evaluate, and apply strategic and tactical components of successful business analysis. Each participant will interact with peers at the same or higher level of management from various enterprises, resulting in a real-world environment to assess how current and future practices in his or her organization can bridge a productive connection between business and technology.
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