Course: DSDM/Scrum Business Analyst Role Training · 4-6 hours [B11]

Course: DSDM/Scrum Business Analyst Role Training · 4-6 hours [B11]

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Understand the role and develop the specific skills of a DSDM Business Analyst. Learn how to be an effective liaison between the project and solutions team, how to outline and refine requirements, and how to support Solution Team colleagues during construction.

Duration: 4-6 hours
Audience: DSDM Business Analysts, Business Ambassadors
Prerequisite: Agile & SCRUM Immersion for DSDS Solution Development Teams

Learning Cases and Simulations:
✓ Understand the Business Analyst role in DSDM
✓ Help develop high-level requirements and business cases
✓ Bridge the project level and solutions development team level work
✓ Ensure the team implement optimal solutions
✓ Create user stories with acceptance criteria
✓ Perform backlog management including sizing, prioritization, and change management
✓ Refine requirements through facilitated workshops and modelling techniques
✓ Track business requirements through to business acceptance

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Course Outline

1 · The Business Analyst in DSDM, Agile and SCRUM

  • Evolutionary requirements and value delivery
  • DSDM Project and Solutions Development Team level
  • Feasibility assessment, agile vision, and business cases

2 · Requirements Definition

  • Themes, epics and stories
  • Prioritized Requirements List, prioritization and sizing
  • Scoping and change management

3 · Requirements Refinement

  • Advanced techniques for user story creation
  • Facilitated workshops, grooming and story splitting
  • Story elaboration with modeling techniques

4 · Timebox Planning and Execution

  • Timebox preparation: timebox goals and ready stories
  • Timebox support: how to help team members implement the highest value
  • Story review and acceptance

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Our live online and self-paced formats permits anybody to participate regardless of your location.

In addition, we offer in-house training in any location worldwide.

Venues for public training are located in the following cities:
Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, Boston, New York, Austin (USA) · Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax (Canada) · Mexico City, Monterrey (Mexico) · Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia (Brazil) · Buenos Aires (Argentina) · Santiago (Chile) · Vienna, Montevideo (Uruguay) · Stockholm, Gothenburg (Sweden) · Copenhagen (Denmark) · Dublin, Cork (Ireland) · London, Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton (UK) · Paris, Lille, Toulouse, Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Nice (France) · Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven (Netherlands) · Brussels, Antwerp (Belgium) · Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg (Germany) · Helsinki (Finland) · Tallinn (Estonia) · Vilnius (Lithuania) · Riga (Latvia) · Zurich, Geneva (Switzerland) · Vienna, Innsbruck (Austria) · Prague (Czech Republic) · Budapest (Hungary) · Warsaw, Kraków (Poland) · Milan, Rome (Italy) · Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Málaga (Spain) · Lisbon, Porto (Portugal) · Moscow, St Petersburg, Novosibirsk (Russian Federation) · Casablanca (Morocco) · Tunis (Tunisia) · Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban (South Africa) · Nairobi (Kenya) · Lagos (Nigeria) · Tel Aviv (Israel) · Beirut (Lebanon) · Riyadh, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) · Abu Dhabi, Dubai (UAE) · Doha (Quatar) · Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai (India) · Bangkok (Thailand) · Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) · Singapore · Jakarta (Indonesia) · Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) · Seoul (South Korea) · Beijing, Shanghai (China) · Hong Kong · Tokyo, Osaka (Japan) · Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth (Australia) · Auckland, Wellington (New Zealand)