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Product Ownership Analysis & Agile Business Analysis Study CPOA, AAC

  • 19 Oct 2021
  • 7:00 PM
  • 14 Dec 2021
  • 10:00 PM
  • Online

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IIBA Toronto

Product Ownership Analysis (CPOA)

&  Agile Business Analysis (AAC)

Study


Come join us for IIBA Toronto's
IIBA Product Ownership Analysis
& IIBA Agile Business Analysis

CPOA/AAC Study Group

 



IIBA Product Ownership Analysis

Study Group Modules



The Product Ownership Framework

  • 1  Apply Foundational Concepts
  • 2  Cultivate Customer Intimacy
  • 3  Engage the Whole Team
  • 4  Make an Impact
  • 5  Deliver Often
  • 6  Learn Fast
  • 7  Obsess about Value


Product Ownership and Agile

  • Continuing Evolution of the Business Analysis Practice
  • Understanding Product Ownership Analysis
  • Agile Manifesto and 12 Principles
  • Lean, DevOps, and Kanban
  • Agile Product Management
  • Overview of Product Ownership Analysis Techniques
  • Overview of some Agile Techniques
  • Overview of Agile Practices




IIBA Agile Business Analysis



I.  Agile Business Analysis

1.  Introduction

2.  Strategy Agile Business Analysis

  • Rapidly and effectively adapting business goals
  • Quickly redeploying available resources
  • Enable quick and effective decision

3.  Initiative Agile Business Analysis

  • Focus is on the solution options, features, priorities, and lifespan
  • Supporting a shared understanding of the need to satisfy and the outcome desired
  • Amount and type of analysis required to do to support series of decisions

4.  Delivery Agile Business Analysis

  • Focus in on the delivery of the solution
  • Practitioner slice and elaborate user stories for the team to implement as working increments
  • Maintain the backlog
  • Ensure learning happens
  • Maintain focus on customer, product vision and value

5.  Agile and ...

  • Scrum and SAFe
  • Agile and Lean
  • Agile and DevOps
  • Agile and Project Management
  • Agile and Product Management
  • IIBA Agile Extension v2 and IIBA BABOK v3
  • Using Agile Failures to Create Strong Agile Practices
  • Agile 2.0 - The Rise of Product Ownership


II.  Agile Methodologies and Techniques


1.  Agile Methodologies and Frameworks Covered

  1. Crystal Clear
  2. Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
  3. Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
  4. Evolutionary Project Management (Evo)
  5. Extreme Programming (XP)
  6. Feature Driven Development (FDD)
  7. Kanban
  8. Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  9. Scrum

 

2.  Agile Techniques Covered

  1. Backlog Refinement
  2. Behaviour Driven Development
  3. Impact Mapping
  4. Job Stories
  5. Kano Analysis
  6. Minimal Viable Product
  7. Personas
  8. Planning Workshops
  9. Portfolio Kanban
  10. Product Roadmap
  11. Purpose Alignment Model
  12. Real Options
  13. Relative Estimation
  14. Retrospectives
  15. Reviews
  16. Spikes
  17. Storyboarding
  18. Story Decomposition
  19. Story Elaboration
  20. Story Mapping
  21. User Stories
  22. Value Modelling
  23. Value Stream Mapping
  24. Visioning


Sources Used in this Course

  • IIBA Agile Extension v2
  • IIBA Product Ownership Analysis
  • IIBA BABOK v3
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Agile 12 Principles
  • PMI Agile Practice Guide
  • AgileAlliance.org
  • McKinsey.com



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