Business Analysis plays a critical role in the success of a project. This is even more evident in an Agile environment, where the process supports reduced development time and reduced defects. The class is taught by a practicing professional who has prestigious certifications, subject expertise, and a wealth of real-world experience, ensuring you’ll learn important, hands-on lessons.
BUSAD 5830: 7 hours (.7 CEUs) (7 PDUs)
This one-day course will introduce participants to the framework and theories of Agile and Scrum Methodologies. Students will discover the benefits of transitioning from a waterfall or traditional environment, and learn how business analysts, product owners, and other key personnel can impact the lifecycle of all. They will learn how to properly manage user stories from a theme level to an epic level to a user story level. Additional topics include product backlog, user personas, story slicing, non-functional requirements, and user interface design (mock-up screens). Students will also complete a series of hands-on exercises and simulations based on predetermined case studies.
The Pennsylvania State University is a Project Management Institute (PMI)® Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P.), who are committed to enhancing the ongoing professional development of both current and future PMI Members, PMI-certified Project Management Professionals (PMP)®, and other project management stakeholders. PMPs earn 7 Professional Development Units (PDUs).
Who Should Attend
This course is appropriate for all software c team members and business analysts, including project managers, team leads, development managers, product managers, architects, developers, testers, and software engineering, network, and hardware administrators. The course is also open to executives like CIOs and CTOs.
Continuing Education Units
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded based on a standard of one unit per ten (10) hours of classroom contact.
Note: The University reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances.
Companies and organizations can have this program conducted at Penn State Great Valley or elsewhere. Program content can be customized to meet the needs of the company. Call 610-648-3281 for information.
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