Intro to Business Analysis Class Class - October 27 and 29
Introduction to Business Analysis
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM each night
How do you get started with business analysis?
This class is targeted at
- new grads
- people making a career change to business analysis
- PMs, managers, scrum masters, developers, etc. who have to figure out how to write requirements
This five hour class will give you a starting point on how to capture requirements for programs that are heavily waterfall, completely agile, and everything in between. This class will take the theory of requirements documentation from the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge and expand on it using practical case studies based on the instructor's career.
- Key Concepts
- Characteristics of a Good Requirement
- User Stories
- Acceptance Criteria
- Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
Interested in an Intro to Business Analysis class for your organization? Contact us.
|Spread across two evenings:
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Thursday, October 29, 2020
6:00 - 8:30 PM each night
|Class size limited to 12.
Handouts will be provided.
|Registration is through Eventbrite.
After registering, Eventbrite will take you to PayPal for payment.
Limited Class Size
- Our class size is limited to 14 participants. We expect it to sell out. We encourage you to register early.
- To make sure Pittsburgh IIBA Chapter Members have a chance to register, we've marked the event private until October 12, but feel free to forward the link to colleauges.
- Can't make it to our October class? If there is demand for it, we may off the class again in early December. Let us know if you're interested: TELL ME ABOUT THE NEXT CLASS!
Instructor: Mathew McConnell, CBAP, PMP, CSM, CSPO
Matt started in Business Analysis at Jo-Ann Fabrics in 2005. Since then, he’s helped several other retailers, financial giants, and the U.S. Department of Defense improve the outcomes of their projects using a blend of business analysis, project management, and agile. Matt is currently a consultant at Robbins-Gioia. Matt is also the President of the Pittsburgh IIBA chapter and is active in several professional development organizations. In his spare time he enjoys learning guitar and foreign languages.