This course is the fully accredited APMG AgileBA course. It is presented here as a classroom-style course, delivered as if you were in the classroom with Antony, the course instructor, who runs the course in the same format hen in the classroom

The course takes you through all the main elements of the Foundation and Practitioner levels so that once you have compelted the course you will be in the perfect position to take either just the Foundation, or both Foundation and Practitioner exams.

Note: the fee covers the course only, not the handbook or exams

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Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to this AgileBA course.

  • 2

    Module #1 - The AgilePM Fundamentals

  • 3

    Module #2 - The AgilePM Principles

    • Introduction to the Module - The DSDM Principles

    • Lesson 1 - Principles Part 1.

    • Lesson 2 - Principles Part 2.

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned in this Module

  • 4

    Module #3 - The DSDM Process

    • Introduction to the Module - The DSDM Process

    • Lesson 1 - PreProject

    • Lesson 2 - Feasibility

    • Lesson 3 - Foundations

    • Lesson 4 - Evolutionary Development-Deployment-PostProject

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned from this Module

  • 5

    Module #4 - AgilePM Roles and Responsibilities

    • Introduction to the Module - Roles and Responsiblities

    • Lesson 1 - The Project Roles

    • Lesson 2 - The Solution Development Team and Support Roles

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned in this Module

  • 6

    Module #5 - The role of the Business Analyst in an Agile World

  • 7

    Module #6 - The Agile Business Case, Stakeholders and Facilitated Workshops

    • Introduction to the Module - The Agile Business Case.

    • Lesson 1 - The Business Case: Why and What

    • Lesson 2 - Business Case Roles

    • Lesson 3 - Stakeholder Analysis and the AgileBA's role

    • Lesson 5 - Facilitated Workshops: Broad view

    • Lesson 6 - Facilitated Workshops: Details

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned in this Module

  • 8

    Module #7 - Prioritization: MoSCoW

    • Introduction to the Module - MoSCoW

    • Lesson 1 - How Prioritization works

    • Lesson 2 - The Role of the BA and KANO

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned from this Module

  • 9

    Module #8 - Timeboxing and Iterative Developement

    • Introduction to the Module - Timeboxing and Iterative Development

    • Lesson 1 - Timeboxing: Part 1

    • Lesson 2 - Timeboxing: Part 2

    • Lesson 3 - Timeboxing: The role of the AgileBA

    • Lesson 4 - Iterative Development: Part 1

    • Lesson 5 - Iterative Development: Part 2

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned in this Module

  • 10

    Module #9 - Modelling

    • Introduction to the Module - Modelling

    • Lesson 1 - Modelling: Overview

    • Lesson 2 - Modelling Perpectives and the LIfecycle

    • Lesson 3 - The Lean Canvas

    • Lesson 4 - Business Domain Model

    • Lesson 5 - Process Diagrams (Swim Lanes)

    • Lesson 6 - Customer Journey Mapping

    • Lesson 7 - Impact Mapping

    • Lesson 8 - Use Case Diagrams

    • Lesson 9 - Other Modelling Techniques

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned in this Module

  • 11

    Module #10 - Requirements, Estimating and Planning

    • Introduction to the Module - Requirements, Estimating and Planning

    • Lesson 1 - Requirements in Detail

    • Lesson 2 - Requirements: Planning and Estimating

    • Lesson 3 - The Requirements LifeCycle

    • Exam Practice Questions

    • What you have learned from this Module

  • 12

    End of the Course! Next steps

    • End of the course wrap-up

    • AgileBA Practice Exams: Foundation and Practitioner

    • More resources for you

    • Before you go... Please answer the following Feedback Questions for us, so that we may improve on the course if needed

    • Also - Before you go... Feedback for TrainingCrest

About the instructor

Founder of SPM - Instructor/Advisor

Antony della Porta

Hi, I am Antony and I have been working in the change delivery arena for many years. Previously I recovered troubled projects and programmes. I recently started to run instructional courses to provide some insight, guidance and advice with running projects and programmes to deliver change. Accredited instructor for MSP Advanced Practitioner®, AgilePM (Agile Project Management, AgileBA (Agile Business Analysis), Managing Benefits, PRINCE2, MSP (Managing Successful Programmes), MoP (Management of Portfolios), MoV (Management of Value), and MoR (Management of Risk). The Sustainable PM is an initiative providing PMs (Project, Programme and Portfolio Managers) with content, advice, information, news and anything else that helps us keep current and future-proofed, Sustainable.

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