Welcome to LeanAgileScrum Institute. Being Agile Demand a Different Mindset and Skillset.
Enterprise Agile Business Analysts: Enterprise Agile Business Analyst facilitates product vision by analyzing stakeholders’ needs, scope the problem, assess current state, analyze stated requirements of stakeholders, accurately defines business need within the specified scope and communicate the requirements for new product/service.
This Enterprise Agile Business Analyst Certificate will give you the foundation of knowledge and experience you need. Get the techniques, skills, and tools that enable you to build an Agile mindset by defining the principles, values, frameworks, advantages, and disadvantages of Agile development.
Who will benefit from this training
Software Development and QA
Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts
Product and Product Line Management
PMO, and Process Leads
What will you get
Twelve months Access to online training portal
Personal instructor assistance
Course certificate of completion and/or professional certification
Automatic enrollment to our continuous learning program
All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are highly recommended.
Attendees make the most of the class if they:
Have studied the Agile Manifesto (required)
Have studied the Scrum Guide (required)
Have been closely involved with a project that builds or enhances a product or application.
Scrum is an Agile framework. Sometimes people lose the purpose of Agile and tend to focus on rigid rules and meetings when doing Agile Scrum. The core purpose of Agile Scrum is to do a small portion of work, demo it, get feedback, and adapt based on the feedback at the core of the inspect and adapt loop. Our courses will provide practical knowledge – “How To” and real project examples for you so you can help your organization have a smoother agile transformation by addressing the true Agile Scrum purpose.
The focus of the training is to provide insight into Lean, Agile, and Scrum to show how the Scrum framework contributes to Agile practices. You will also learn Agile techniques, such as how to prioritize requirements, writing simple effective user stories, how to elicit and document requirements with user stories and how to guide your stakeholders throughout the project.
All our agile training programs are developed based on our “Agile Training Competency Model” to identify the end-to-end enterprise needs. We worked with multi-national enterprises to benchmark the agile roles and then developed agile training programs.
LeanAgileScrum Institute is the first agile training organization in the world to conduct agile job benchmarking for each agile role, created four assessments, developed supplementary courses and integrated the assessments into agile training programs.
Professional Certification of an individual who is qualified to know and practice the subject matter of Agile Methodology, Tools & Techniques, Scrum and other frameworks in the area of Essential Lean, Agile and Scrum. It is based on practical program granted by LeanAgileScrum Institute and recognized globally.
The person recognized as professional is qualified to meet the practical knowledge of Essential Lean, Agile and Scrum skills, Agile delivery skills, and is required to complete the required courses and assessment approved by Lean Agile Scrum Institute.
Professional Certification Assessment Method:
The professional certification is granted for the program by achieving a minimum score of 75% on the online exam and completion of project work assignments. Students must apply the course knowledge, techniques and methods used in the courses to create real “Case Studies” and/or “White Paper/Blog” and submit them as part of program certification completion to prove that they can apply this learning/knowledge in the workplace.
What will you learn?
Fundamentals of Agile
a. Agile Framework/Methodologies
b. Agile Values and Principles
f. Lean Software Development
g. Agile Roles and Responsibilities
h. Agile Events
i. Agile Artefacts
j. Relative Estimation
a. Product Increments
b. Product Backlog
c. Sprint Backlog
b. Agile Integration
d. Definition of Done
e. Potentially Shippable Product Increments
f. Midway Sprint Change
g. Adaptive Deployment
h. Agile Delivery Model
a. Scaling Guidelines
b. Issues With Scaling Agile Projects
c. Scrum of Scrums
Visual Daily Performance Management System (VDPMS)
a. What is Visual Management
b. Why Visual Management
c. What is VDPMS
d. Why VDPM Work
e. Benefits of VDPMS
f. How to Deploy a VDPMS
g. Pull System
h. Just In Time (JIT)
i. Daily Accountability
Agile and Business Analysis
a. Agile Manifesto and Business Analysis
b. Agile Principles and Business Analysis
c. BA Role/Responsibility in Agile Team
d. Agile Mindsets for BA
e. Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity Analysis
f. Lightweight Modeling
g. Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
h. Experimental Design
i. Minimum Marketable Product (MMP)
Adaptive Business Analysis
a. Role of Agile BA in Agile Project
b. Building Increment Value
c. Managing Agile Requirements Challenges
d. Supporting Incremental Delivery
e. Grouping Themes or Epics
f. Creating Acceptable Documentation
g. Slicing/Splitting User Story
h. Defining Minimum Viable Product
i. Managing Expectations
j. System Thinking
k. Context Diagram/Cross-Functional Flow Diagram
Value Stream Mapping
a. What is Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
b. Why VSM?
c. VSM Steps
d. Flows in VSM
e. VSM Symbols
f. TAKT Time
g. Current and Future State
Adaptive Requirements Gathering Techniques
c. Collaborative Storyboarding
d. Observations and Job Shadowing
e. User Story Workshops
g. Role of Business Analyst in Enterprise
a. User Story Life Cycle
b. User Story Mapping
c. Writing Effective User Story
d. User Story Place Holders
e. Acceptance Criteria
g. INVEST Model
i. Agile Documentation
j. Monitoring User Story Backlogs
k. Adaptive Design
l. Risk and Effort Challenges
m. Testing Coverage
n. Testing Strategy
a. Estimating Techniques
b. Estimating Using Poker Technique
c. Estimating Using Affinity Technique
d. Estimating Using T-Shirt Sizing Technique
e. Estimating Epic/Features/User Story/Tasks
f. Estimating Velocity
g. Testing Effort Estimation
h. Overcoming Uncertainty in Estimation