Certified Agile Business Analyst – 2d

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2 days

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Description :

The Certified Agile Business Analyst (CABA) program provides you with the core skills, knowledge and hands-on experience needed to succeed as an Agile Business Analyst in today’s global marketplace.

While both developers and testers have clear and recognizable roles in the agile development environment, the role of the BA is not clearly defined. This may be because business analysis is misunderstood in general but is probably exacerbated by the lack of a widely accepted definition or framework for agile BAs – until now. The course provides an introduction to the work of a business analyst in an agile development context contrasted with the traditional BA role. It also introduces a selection of techniques that align well with the agile approach and philosophy. Furthermore it provides an overview of agile & common agile methods, and predominantly focusses on software development because agile methods are mainly presented in the software development area.
The Certified Agile Business Analyst (CABA) is based on the Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide Version 1.0 produced in collaboration between the IIBA® and the Agile Alliance.


Target Audience :
The iSQI® Certified Agile Business Analysis training and certification program is aimed at anyone who is engaged in business analysis, or engaging business analysts, who wish to better understand business analysis in the context of an agile environment. They include:

  • Business analysts and requirement engineers
  • Product owners
  • Agile champions
  • Agile team leaders and agile team members
  • BA managers
  • IT managers
  • Business managers and staff associated with agile projects
  • Business change managers
  • Project and program managers


Training program :

  • Module 1 – What is Business Analysis?
  • Module 2 – What is Agile?
  • Module 3 – Common Agile approaches (Scrum, XP , Kanban …)
  • Module 4 – BA techniques in Agile projects
  • Module 5 – See the whole
  • Module 6 – Think as a customer
  • Module 7 – Determine what’s of value
  • Module 8 – Get real with examples
  • Module 9 – Understand what’s doable
  • Module 10 – Stimulate collaboration and continuous improvement
  • Module 11 – Avoid waste
  • Module 12 – Review and close
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