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IIBA® Agile Business Analysis Training

2 Days


  14 CDUs

2 Days

Virtual Training

The training will be a live event in a virtual environment. You can attend the training from any location via web conference method. The training will be held in English.

Who Should Attend?

  • Product Owner
  • Product Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Agile Team Members
  • Business Consultants
  • Business Units
  • Enterprise Architecture Specialists

Training Content

Day 1

Software Lifecycle Methods

  • Agile, Waterfall, Incremental, RUP
  • Agile Manifesto and Frameworks
    – Scrum
    – Kanban
    – XP

IIBA Agile Business Analysis Principles and Framework

  • Agile Business Analysis and Creating Value
  • Roles of Agile Business Analysts
  • Differences of Product Owners and Business Analysts

IIBA Agile Requirement Management

  • Strategy Horizon
    – Determining Product Vision
    – Defining Business Need
    – Portfolio Management and Creating Backlog
         >> Epic/Feature
  • Initiative Horizon
    Stakeholder Analysis and Defining Personas
    Defining Feature
    Prioritization of the Features That Will Be Included in the Project
         >> Story / Feature Mapping

Day 2

          – Efor Estimation
          – Defining MVP (Minimum Viable Product)

  • Delivery Horizon
    – Agile Gereksinim Analizi
         >> Writing User Story and Acceptance Criteria
         >> Rules of Writing Effective User Story and Acceptance Criteria
         >> Common Patterns To Divide User Stories
         >> Story Decomposition
         >> Spike
         >> Business Rules and Non-Functional Requirements
         >> User Story Estimation Techniques
    – Agile Requirement Documantation
        >> Lightweight Documentation
        >> User Story Canvas
    – BDA (Behaviour Driven Analysis) and BDD (Behaviour Driven Development)
        >> Defining Acceptance Criteria and Executable Specifications
        >> Writing Scenarios with Gherkin Language (Given, When, Then)
        >> Business Rules and Parameterized Scenarios
    – Product Backlog Management and Prioritization Criteria

IIBA Agile Requirements Elicitation Techniques

  • Requirements Workshops
  • Brainstorming
  • Design Sprints

Case Study

About IIBA Business Analysis Certifications

To meet the growing demands of the global marketplace in the field of business analysis, IIBA has launched a new global Certification program. This enhanced, multi-level, competency-based certification program recognizes BA professional’s knowledge and skills, and supports their lifelong BA career progression. Learn more about IIBA Certification programs.

 Benefits of Certification;

  • Demonstrated knowledge of the skills necessary to be an effective Business Analyst
  • A proven level of competence in the principles and practices of Business Analysis
  • Participation in a recognized professional group
  • Advanced career potential due to recognition as a professional Business Analysis practitioner

Course Benefits

  • Understand the basics, objectives and benefits of the IIBA Agile Business Analysis approach
  • Understanding business analyst roles and responsibilities in Agile projects
  • Managing the product backlog by elaborating and prioritizing to create the value correctly in accordance with business needs and product vision
  • Contribute to backlog management with effective user story and acceptance criterion writing techniques
  • Creating documents with BDD technique in Agile projects

Why BA-Works

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Harvard Case Studies
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More than 600 Companies Preferred

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