Does your organization depend on working software?
If you are doing business in the 21st century, the answer is probably an emphatic “DUH”!
Which organizations actually need specialists on the software development team, such as a Requirements Engineer who has a tight grip on requirements management? Or, to go a step further, how about a business analyst who oversees the processes before, during and after product development to ensure the success and value of the product?
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Finally, we are talking about big global corporations, which of course already have a considerable number of Business Analysts. For these, it makes the most sense to bring the training and education in-house. This not only saves travel expenses but also ensures that the foundations, tools, and techniques are used consistently across departments.
IMHO, extensive business analysis training is strongly recommended for:
Junior or Entry Level Business Analysts
IT professionals who have already been entrusted with business analysis responsibilities, even if they do not have the job title “Business Analyst”
Requirements Engineers who want to expand their area of responsibility or move into department management
Managers and IT professionals working in small to mid-sized companies that are not large enough to support a full-time Business Analyst position
Full-time Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts whose expertise is needed to define the evolution of IT applications in large corporations
Product Owners who want to ensure that the software development of their product runs optimally
IT department heads to improve communication and operations within the IT team and to avoid pitfalls in product development by using appropriate business analysis techniques