This course has a good balance of theoretical and practical, case study based exercises designed to get you comfortable with the radically different approach. All aspects of Scrum are covered and you will get the chance to discuss the issues with an experienced tutor and with the other delegates.
As a traditional Business Analyst you are now required to change your world-view because you are moving into an Agile, Scrum environment. You are worried because:
- There seems to be no BA role in Scrum
- There is no 'Business Requirements Document'
- There is no traditional functional spec or use cases
- It all sounds a bit chaotic
This course is aimed at you. It will give you a thorough grounding in the Roles, Activities and Work Products of Scrum while demonstrating that the traditional BA skills of effective communication, analytical thinking, good documentation and sheer common sense are vital to the Scrum effort.