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Lean Requirements, Business Analysis, User Experience Design (UX)

Our self-paced courses include examples, exercises, and instant feedback to transfer knowledge. For Product Owners, Business- and Customer-side Teams, Agile Teams, Business Analysts, Project Managers, and anyone involved in defining new IT solutions.

User Experience and Conversational Flow Design for Chatbots

Landbot: Conceive, Converse, and Convert with Chatbots

Build and Run Engaging Chatbots to Generate Leads, Sell Affiliate Products, and Deliver Customer Service Without Coding

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Requirements Techniques for Lean and Agile Environments

Agile Business Analysis: Getting and Writing Lean Requirements

Learn Business Analysis Techniques for Discovering and Analyzing Requirements, User Stories, Features, and Gherkin (Given-When-Then) Tests

Lean / Agile Business Analysis: Writing BUSINESS Use Cases

Enabling Stakeholders to Capture, Organize, and Communicate Functional Business Requirements for a Digital Solution

What Is Lean or Agile Business Analysis?

Understand How Lean Principles Affect Your Requirements Discovery Process in Agile Software Development

Business Analysis: Data Flow Diagrams to Visualize Workflows

Implement Process Modeling Techniques for Requirements Elicitation and Workflow Analysis

Functional AND Non-Functional Requirements – Simply Put!

Use Simple Requirements Decomposition / Drill-Down Techniques for Defining IT Application Behaviors and Qualities

Three Emerging Careers for Digital Business Analysts

Compare Current and Future Strategic, Tactical, and Operational Business Analysis Roles, Responsibilities, and Techniques


Introducing Lean Principles that Supercharge Your Requirements Discovery Process in Agile and Traditional Software Development

Featured Online Course: Getting and Writing IT Requirements in a Lean and Agile World

Lean Business Analysis for Lean Requirements: Techniques for Discovering and Writing User Stories, Acceptance Tests, Scenarios and Examples

Fundamental Business Analysis Techniques

FREE COURSE: What Is Business Analysis for Information Technology (IT)

An Overview of Business Analysis Activities and Current Business Analysis Techniques

Discovering Requirements for IT - Simply Put!

Improve Your Business Analysis and Requirements Elicitation Skills to get Better Initial Requirements for IT Projects

Discovering Requirements Using Conversations and Workshops

Learn How to Effectively Communicate with Stakeholders to Discover User Stories, Features, and Non-functional Requirements

Writing Requirements for IT — Simply Put!

Apply Four Simple Rules to Improve the Quality of Your IT Requirements

Writing Effective User Stories

Help Stakeholders Discover and Define Requirements for IT Projects

Lean Business Use Cases in an Agile World

Lean Use Cases to identify and write Use Case models and diagrams

Learn Lean / Agile Business Analysis Techniques

Book - Lean Agile User Stories and Features

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One of the best, if not the best Udemy course I have taken. A very professional and detailed course with links to excellent additional resources. Very well done!

I cannot say enough good things about this course - it opened my eyes to many ideas, methodologies and frameworks and has given me a lot of ideas that I can begin to implement right away.

Very informative, with loads of exercises to help in understanding. Excellent delivery and good emphasis on Given, When, Then (Gherkin). In fact it's so good and packed with examples that I need to re-visit again.

The instructor is amazing. The class is very informative. I will be taking more classes from this instructor.

Although I wouldn't consider myself a dedicated Business Analyst or even particularly advanced in my experience, the course was still well suited for my understanding. K.

This particular class is already delivering first-rate value as relevant to Business Analysts at my level. With its basis in the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) and the associated Bus. Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABoK), it ties in very neatly with the Project Mgmt. Institute (PMI) program which I’ve been involved with.

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