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Agile Business Analysis:
Delivering Speed, Quality & Engagement

Business Systems Analysis Course Series | | D93FA4E8-662D-487D-B936-0B7131BF22F6 

Inteq's Agile Business Analysis training course enables analysts to rapidly and intelligently prioritize requirements and optimize resource (time, talent, budget) allocation to get the right requirements "right" - using the right techniques to rapidly deliver the right level of detail and precision, to the right people at the right time.

Inteq’s Agile Business Analysis course applies to the spectrum of business analysis projects from Business Process Reengineering (BPR), digital transformation and I.T. modernization – to identifying, analyzing and specifying business system requirements and orchestrating change management. 

Agile business analysis is essential in today’s increasingly complex, rapidly changing and often chaotic, globally competitive business environment.

  • Projects often span multiple business areas with different, sometimes conflicting, business practices.
  • Getting "buy in" and support from a wide range of sponsors and subject matter experts is critical.
  • Organizations are lean. No one seems to know "the business" - only pieces.
  • Access to knowledgeable subject matter experts is increasingly difficult - often resulting in an endless chain of references to "someone who knows".
  • Business is fast paced. Innovation is essential. Everyone needs a solution “now”!
  • There never seems to be enough time to get it right. However, there is little tolerance for getting it wrong.
  • Delivering increasing levels of customer and business value is essential to competitiveness.
  • Organizations continually evaluate, prioritize and fund projects based on delivering organizational effectiveness and operational efficiency. 

Inteq’s Agile Business Analysis course leverages the best practice skills, methods and techniques gleaned from projects  across the spectrum of industries coherently organized in connection with the Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide.

Agile Business Analysis is the perfect follow-on to inteq’s Business Systems Analysis, Business Processes Modeling, Business Process Management courses.

Inteq's business analysis training courses have emerged as the gold standard for professional business analysis training - and are simply the most effective business analysis training courses available in the industry.

Inteq's Agile Business Analysis training course is more than education; its transformation - for the participants, project teams and their organizations. That’s why over 300,000 business and systems analysis professionals worldwide choose Inteq's business analysis training courses.

The courses comprising Inteq's Business Analyst Series are IIBA approved in connection with business analyst certification as part of IIBA’s Certified Business Analyst Professional requirements.

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Course outline

Introduction and Foundation

What is agile analysis?

The business case for agile analysis

Agile analysis myths and misconceptions

Framework and roadmap for agile analysis

Ensuring Readiness for Agile Analysis

Analyzing your business space from 360°

Agile analysis deliverables

Analyzing customer and business value

SME and stakeholder analysis

Business domain pre-analysis

Getting the User Story "Right"

Essential elements of a user story

User story artifacts and documentation

Getting just-enough just-in-time

Creating user stories from use case scenarios

Distilling actionable INVEST items from user stories

Defining customer acceptance criteria

Managing the Moving Parts

Priorities vs. dependencies

Balancing business value with time, talent, quality, risk and budget

Managing backlogs, kanbans and queues

Scrums & sprints – planning, roles & execution

Dealing with difficult personalities

Managing scope and expectations

Agile Analysis - Case Study

Participants develop a set of user stories to support a complex set of real-world business and system requirements. This case study provides an invaluable template that participants can leverage to jump-start agile analysis in their organization.

Discovering Business Knowledge

Light & deep vs. superficial discovery

Professional analysis vs. order taking

Key sources of business knowledge

Business knowledge elicitation techniques

Managing scope and expectations

Essential Facilitation Skills

The dynamics of workshops / facilitated sessions

Identifying and organizing the right participants

Facilitation technique best practices

Capturing and validating session knowledge

Who Should Attend?
  • Business analysts
  • Business systems analysts
  • Business subject matter experts
  • Project managers
  • IT professionals and subject matter experts leading or facilitating agile business analysis
  • Anyone participating in agile business analysis in their organization

None. Business System Analysis is designed as a precursor, but not a prerequisite (depending on the participant's background and experience.)

Inteq's Agile Business Analysis training integrates seamlessly with:

Learning Options:
  • Anytime eLearning™: Anytime | Anywhere | Any Device | Self-Paced
  • Live: Inteq’s Agile Business Analysis 2-day training course can be tailored to your organization’s training objectives and can be combined with other Inteq courses to create a 3, 4 and 5-day hybrid training program.
  • Enterprise training for the entire organization.
Course Length:
  • The course is designed for two days, but Anytime eLearning™ allows self-paced learning.
  • Participants can revisit material to reinforce concepts.
  • The course must be completed within 45 days, with most participants finishing in 1-3 weeks.

Individual Training | Enroll Today

Anytime eLearning™ $995 $695 Per Participant
16 PDUs | 1.6 CEUs


Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device.
Self Paced. 2-Day Course. 45-Day Access

*Or call us at 800-719-4627 to talk with
a Training Coordinator.

Customized Team Training


"I really enjoyed this class in a virtual format. It allowed me to attend training and also stay on top of my daily tasks. The agility concepts were very helpful to my work."

"This class incorporated really great tools for analysis and I appreciated the in-depth case study that helped sink in the concepts."

"The use of the interaction context diagram all three days was extremely helpful. Great agile class."

"I really enjoyed this class in a virtual format. It allowed me to attend training and also stay on top of my daily tasks. The agility concepts were very helpful to my work."

"This class incorporated really great tools for analysis and I appreciated the in-depth case study that helped sink in the concepts."

"The use of the interaction context diagram all three days was extremely helpful. Great agile class."

What's Included

  • Digital Badge of Completion
  • Personalized Certificate of Completion
  • ACCET Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • IIBA Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • Electronic Comprehensive Course Manual
  • Supplemental Course Materials
Agile Business Analysis Badge Final

Accreditation & Professional Affiliation

Please contact us and let's start a conversation to discuss your training objectives in more detail.

Providing multiple options for your professional development

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Register and start training as soon as today! Or, contact us for details at info@inteqgroup.com or 800.719.4627 to discuss your business analysis training objectives and how Inteq's Business Systems Analysis training can help you in achieving those objectives.

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