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Business Analyst: The Compact Requirement Elicitation Guide
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21 STUDENTS
2h 6m

Learn how to conduct elicitation by using battle-tested techniques such as interviewing, brainstorming, workshops and more.

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Course Skill Level
Beginner
Time Estimate
2h 6m

Instructor

My professional profile: Business consulting: I’m a manager in one of the largest consulting companies in the world and active as a specialist in business analysis. Experience & sector: I draw my experience in business consulting from many high-profile projects in the financial industry. More specifically, I have experience in business analysis, service design, project management, process optimization and strategy definition. Academics: I hold 2 master degrees, one in business & finan

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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • Recent graduates looking to start a position as a business analyst, consultant, product manager, product owner or project manager and UX researcher
  • Junior business analysts wanting to strengthen their knowledge
  • Senior business analysts looking to brush up their skills
  • All professionals who are actively doing requirement elicitation in their field of expertise and wanting to formalize their way of doing analysis

What you’ll learn:

  • How to plan an elicitation strategy
  • How to conduct elicitation by using battle-tested techniques such as interviewing, brainstorming, workshops and more
  • How to confirm understanding during and after elicitation sessions
  • How to communicate elicitation results to stakeholders using the right format

Requirements:

  • No prior knowledge is required to take this course

Learn how to solve complex problems through a 4-step requirement elicitation approach in just 2 hours!

Acquire all the knowledge and skills needed to successfully solve complex problems through requirement elicitation.

Before you solve a problem, it is important to understand whether you are solving the right problem. This simple yet very important prerequisite is often overlooked by most business analysts, UX researchers, product managers, product owners, etc.

We simply love to go straight into “solution mode.” Making sure that you solve the right problem will ensure that your solution will be something that your stakeholders want. This can be done through requirement elicitation.

This course is an introduction to requirement elicitation and doesn’t require any prior knowledge.

Why enroll? To consistently provide a high-quality problem definition to my stakeholders, I have created a 4-step requirement elicitation approach. This approach will turn any vague problem into razor-sharp problem statements where stakeholder needs are clearly defined and agreed upon. By enrolling in this course, you too will have access to this approach and know how to apply it in your professional environment.

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned How to plan an elicitation strategy for your business.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Introduction To Requirement Elicitation
Why Is Requirement Elicitation Needed? 00:00:00
Resources – Elicitation Guide 00:00:00
Section 2 - Planning Your Elicitation Activity
Intro To Planning Your Elicitation 00:00:00
Defining The Scope Of Your Elicitation 00:00:00
Elicitation Techniques And Practicalities 00:00:00
Section 3 - Conducting Your Elicitation Sessions
Intro To Conducting Your Elicitation 00:00:00
Collaborative Elicitation – Interviewing 00:00:00
Collaborative Elicitation – Observation 00:00:00
Collaborative Elicitation – Brainstorming 00:00:00
Collaborative Elicitation – Workshop 00:00:00
Collaborative Elicitation – Documentation Review 00:00:00
Collaborative Elicitation – Interface Analysis 00:00:00
Research Elicitation – Survey 00:00:00
Experimental Elicitation – Prototyping 00:00:00
Section 4 - Confirming Your Understanding
Intro To Confirming Your Understanding 00:00:00
Confirm Your Understanding Building Blocks 00:00:00
Section 5 - Communicating Your Elicitation Results
Intro To Communicating Your Results 00:00:00
Objective 00:00:00
Content 00:00:00
Container 00:00:00
Platform 00:00:00
Section 6 - Project
Intro To The Project 00:00:00
Project – Planning A Trip 00:00:00
Section 7 - Wrapping Up
Wrapping Up And Key Takeaways 00:00:00
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