One definition of business analysis is the decomposition of a problem or process into its basic elements to identify a solution or opportunity for change. In order to carry out this analysis, a business analyst must understand and regularly use analytics tools and models to help in the scoping, planning, and decision-making process. In this course, you'll learn some key principles covered in the business analysis body of knowledge (BABOK) framework, which explains the business tasks that must be performed to deliver a solution that provides value for an organization. This framework includes effective techniques that you can use when analyzing the business environment your organization operates in.
Individuals interested in developing and refining business analysis skills; individuals preparing for the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) certification exam