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Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®)

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3 days · Full-time
Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Foundation Certificate
Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Practitioner Certificate
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Portland Street
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Euston Street
North West London
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TCC’s Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) course, accredited by the APMG and created in conjunction with TCC and the DSDM Consortium, is designed to give the Business Analyst the skills needed to successfully gather, analyse, validate and champion the requirements throughout an Agile project. The course will describe the most popular Agile approaches and will use the DSDM Agile Project Framework to take the Agile Business Analyst through the phases of an Agile project.

To remain competitive in rapidly changing market conditions, organisations must shorten the time it takes to deliver business change effectively. Agile development approaches enable project teams to be more responsive to customer expectations and to deliver business value early.

Agile Business Analysts are an integrated part of the Agile team throughout the life of the project. They facilitate collaboration within the project team and across the business. In addition to their traditional skills of modelling and specification, the Agile Business Analyst requires new skills in collaboration, facilitation, leadership and coaching. They must adapt to new ways of eliciting, specifying and managing requirements.

What’s Included?

In the classroom:

  • Expert Agile Business Analysis trainer
  • Copies of all presentation slides
  • Practical classroom group exercises
  • Agile Business Analysis Foundation Exam / Agile Business Analysis Practitioner Exam
  • AgileBA Handbook
  • Maximum class size of 12

At TCC training venues:

  • A modern and comfortable training room
  • Buffet or restaurant lunch and light breakfast selection*
  • Hot & cold refreshments throughout the day

* Light breakfast selection available on city centre courses in Birmingham.


Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Foundation Certificate

Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Practitioner Certificate

Awarded by APM Group Limited


Course Objectives

This course will enable delegates to:

  • Understand the difference between traditional and Agile business analysis
  • Identify stakeholders, personas and their involvement in Agile
  • Describe the competencies and techniques of an Agile BA
  • Understand the BA role in the Agile team and the organisation
  • Capture and manage effective requirements for incremental solution delivery
  • Recognise how an Agile Business Case differs from a traditional business case and present a lean business canvas
  • Learn how modelling techniques fit into an Agile environment
  • Understand the importance of Facilitated Workshops
  • Understand the different ways of working as a BA in Agile

Course Content

The Holistic View of the Business

The Agile BA role in relation to mission and objectives

How to analyse the business environment

Measuring the success of implementing change

The Agile Landscape

What is Agile? Approaches and frameworks

Why is Agile needed?

Role and responsibilities of the Agile BA and Agileteam


Stakeholder types / personas

RACI and RASCI in Agile

Empowerment of Stakeholders in an Agile project

Dealing with Requirements

The Agile approach to requirements

User Stories, Epics, Acceptance Criteria

The Agile Business Analyst’s link to quality and testing

The Agile Requirements Life Cycle

Checking completeness

The Agile Business Case

Strategic and project business cases

Understanding the business problem

As Is, To Be, Abstraction

Gap Analysis and Value Streams

Facilitated Workshops

The role of Facilitation in Agile

How to organise and run a Facilitated Workshop


Combining and prioritising requirements

Customer perception and expectation

Modelling and prototyping

6 perspectives for modelling

Tacit information

Reasons and perspectives for prototyping

Working in a timebox

Timebox structure and iterative development.

Who is this course for?

  • Business Analysts
  • Product Owners and business representatives
  • Project Managers
  • Developers in Agile teams
  • Testers in Agile teams


There are no pre-requisites for the course.

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