The business analyst in an Agile environment
The function of the business analyst in an agile environment is not clearly defined. Often the business analysis work is covered by agile roles such as Product Owner, Product Manager, Solution Manager and Epic Owner. This training provides you with a framework in combination with methods and techniques. This allows you to perform your business analysis work in an agile manner so that you can apply it seamlessly in any agile environment.
The DECIDE framework
Synergio’s DECIDE Framework is an agile business analysis model that allows you to connect needs and solutions incrementally. The DECIDE Framework helps you as a business analyst to do good things right at the right time. This allows you to facilitate a transparent decision-making process and therefore sustainable solutions that are valuable to your customers and your organization.
Agile Business Analysis training
The Agile Business Analysis courses are designed for business consultants, business analysts and information analysts who want to learn how business analysis is carried out in an agile context. But also for Solution Managers, Product Managers, Product Owners and Epic Owners who want to improve their business analysis skills.
A case is used to carry out a business analysis that uses all methods and techniques. This allows you to immediately build practical experience and get started with your new skills. We can also tailor your training by processing a case from your organization.
Training Ambition Statement - Product Vision
In this three-day training you will learn the problem and thus get clear customer’s needs and identify appropriate solutions. You will learn how to weigh alternative solutions against each other and thus achieve a substantiated choice. The formulation of acceptance criteria also belongs to the subjects of the training.
Training working chain - Value Chain
This three-day training is the sequel to the training Ambition Statement. In the training you learn to define an IT solution that fulfills business requirements taking into account architecture and policy constraints. You will learn how to balance what is needed and what is possible.