Agile Product Owner and Business Analysis Training

Agile product ownership and Agile business analysis

Scrum Product Owner and Business Analysis Overview

Organisations that transition to an Agile approach (usually using the Scrum Framework) struggle to understand the specific roles within the Scrum team. As understood, the Scrum team is made up of a Scrum Master, the Product Owner and the Development team. This course is targeted to the Product Owners, as well as Business analysts, that are part of the development team and/ or provide requirements to the development team.  The course provides the necessary theory and practical application of the role of the Product Owner and the Agile Business Analyst.

Who should attend?

  • Business Analysts, System Analysts,   Technical Analysts, UX Analysts
  • Business Process Engineers
  • Business Owners, Process Owners
  • Product Owners
  • Business Architects
  • Business Domain Experts (SME)

Topics

Day 1 and 2: Focus on Agile Product Ownership
Agile Overview and re-cap |Understanding the role of the Product Owner | Managing Stakeholders | Lean Startup | Product Vision | Profile your customer |Personas | User Story Mapping | Release Planning | Writing User Stories | Product Backlog Management | Definition of Ready | Prioritisation | Minimal Viable Product | Scaling the role of the Product Owner

Day 3: Focus on Agile Business Analysis techniques
Understanding the role of the Business Analyst | Stakeholder Analysis | User Stories | Behaviour Driven Development | Principles of Lightweight Documentation | Innovation Games | An introduction to the IIBA Agile Extension to the BABOK®

Course pre-requisites

Delegate must have attended a Agile Boot Camp or similar Agile training and preferably playing or will be playing the role of a Business Analyst or Product Owner in an Agile team.

Finer details

  • To equip Business Analysts with tools and techniques necessary for Agile requirement management.
  • To provide an understanding of the role and responsibility of the Product Owner within an Agile environment.
  • To provide an understanding of how the role of Business Analyst interacts and supports the role of the Product Owner.

Training Dates

Dec
5
Tue
Agile Product Ownership and Agile Business Analysis Training
Dec 5 – Dec 6 all-day

Overview

Organisations that transition to an Agile way of working (usually using the Scrum Framework) struggle to understand the specific roles within the Scrum team. This course is targeted to Product Owners, as well as Development team members performing business analysis activities.  The course provides the necessary theory and practical application of the role of the Product Owner and how to perform Agile business analysis.

What you will learn:

  • How to use the tools and techniques necessary for Agile requirement management.
  • The role and responsibility of the Product Owner within an Agile environment.
  • How Agile business analysis supports the role of the Product Owner.

Day 1 and 2: Focus on Agile Product Ownership

  • Agile and Scrum overview and re-cap
  • Understanding the role of the Product Owner
  • Managing Stakeholders
  • Product Vision
  • Business Model Canvas
  • Lean Start-up
  • Minimal Viable Product (MVP)
  • Personas and User Roles
  • User Story Mapping
  • Product Development Roadmap
  • Product Backlog Management
  • Prioritisation
  • Release Planning
  • Scaling the role of the Product Owner

Day 3: Focus on Agile Business Analysis techniques

  • Understanding the role of the Business Analyst
  • An introduction to the IIBA Agile Extension to the BABOK®
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • User Stories
  • Non Functional Requirements
  • Behaviour Driven Development
  • Principles of Lightweight Documentation
  • Kano Prioritisation
  • Innovation Games

Who should attend?

  • Business Analysts, System Analysts, Technical Analysts, UX Analysts
  • Business Process Engineers
  • Business Owners, Process Owners, Product Owners
  • Business Architects
  • Business Domain Experts (SME)

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