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|1. Rationale for Business Analysis|
|1.1. Lifecycle for Business Change||FREE||00:00:00|
|1.2. The Role of the Business Analysis within the Lifecycle||FREE||00:00:00|
|1.3. Other Roles within Lifecycle||00:00:00|
|1.4. The Framework for Business Analysis Activities||00:00:00|
|1.5. The Framework for Business Analysis Activities||00:00:00|
|2. Understanding the Strategic Context|
|2.1. Strategy – Internal Environment Analysis||FREE||00:00:00|
|2.2. MOST – Internal Environment Analysis||00:00:00|
|2.3. Resource Audit – Internal Environment Analysis||00:00:00|
|2.4. External Environment Analysis (PESTLE Analysis)||00:00:00|
|2.5. Porters 5 Forces – External Environment Analysis||00:00:00|
|2.6. SWOT – Internal and External Environment Analysis||00:00:00|
|2.7. Critical Success Factors (CSFs)||00:00:00|
|2.8. Key Performance Indicators(KPI)||00:00:00|
|2.9. The Balanced Business Scorecard||00:00:00|
|3. Project Discipline for Business Analysis Studies|
|3.1. Terms of Reference||00:00:00|
|4. Understanding the Situation/ Issues|
|4.1. Stakeholder Identification||00:00:00|
|4.2. Stakeholder Identification||00:00:00|
|4.3. Overview of Investigative Techniques||00:00:00|
|4.4. Representing a Holistic View of the Business Situation||00:00:00|
|4.5. Mind Maps Representing a Holistic View||00:00:00|
|4.6. Fishbone Diagram – Representing a Holistic View||00:00:00|
|4.7. Rationale for Taking a Holistic View||00:00:00|
|5. Analyzing Stakeholder Perspectives|
|5.1. Stakeholder Analysis and Management||00:00:00|
|5.2. Stakeholder Management Strategies||00:00:00|
|5.3. Identifying Different Perspectives||00:00:00|
|5.4. Defining Perspectives||00:00:00|
|6. Analyzing and Modeling Business Activities|
|6.1. Developing a Conceptual Business Activity Model||00:00:00|
|6.2. Developing a Conceptual Business Activity Model||00:00:00|
|6.3. Developing a Conceptual Business Activity Model||00:00:00|
|6.4. Process for Building a Business Activity Model and BAM Examples||00:00:00|
|6.5. Analysing a BAM||00:00:00|
|6.6. Building the Consensus Business Activity Model||00:00:00|
|6.7. Gap Analysis – Comparing the Ideal and Existing Systems||00:00:00|
|7. Making the Business Case|
|7.1. Structure of a Business Case||00:00:00|
|7.2. Identifying and Short Listing Options for Business Change||00:00:00|
|7.3. Assessing the Feasibility of Each Option||00:00:00|
|7.4. Tangible and Intangible Costs and Benefits||00:00:00|
|7.7. Investment Appraisal Techniques||00:00:00|
|7.9. Identifying and Categorizing Risks||00:00:00|
|7.10. Identifying Impacts||00:00:00|
|7.11. The Business Case in the Project Lifecycle||00:00:00|