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

What Is LEAN or AGILE Business Analysis

What Is LEAN or AGILE Business Analysis


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Online Training Includes

  • 44 mins on-demand video

  • 1 article

  • Full lifetime access

  • Access on mobile and TV

  • Certificate of Completion

What Will You Learn from Online Training?

  • Understand how lean principles affect the business analysis and the requirements definition process
  • Explain what lean requirements such as Features, User Stories, Epics, Scenarios, etc. look like in a lean and agile world
  • Apply lean principles to known business analysis techniques


Take the Path to LEAN Business Analysis (as it relates to Information Technology)

In today’s world, you and your organization must be responsive, flexible, and make things happen quickly. You must do more with less – and faster. You no longer have business as usual, so why do business analysis as usual?

With the widespread adoption of Agile, software development has gone through some serious remodeling. Agile teams build robust products incrementally and iteratively, requiring fast feedback from the business community to define ongoing work. As a result, the process of defining IT requirements is evolving rapidly. Backlogs replace requirements definition documents. User Stories, Epics, and Features replace requirement statements. Scenarios and Examples replace test cases. The timing of business analysis activities is shifting like sand.

This course is a brief overview of how you can reduce waste in Business Analysis practices to optimally support the new lean and agile software development world. You will learn about topics such as:

· The purpose of a product road-map and a prioritized product backlog

· The concept of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

· Agile and Lean thinking applied to requirements discovery, analysis, and acceptance testing

· Lean requirement constructs such as Features, User Stories, Epics, Scenarios, Examples, etc.

· The importance of feedback from your customers to improve the product

Who is the target audience?

  1. Business Analysts

  2. Product Owners

  3. Subject Matter Experts

  4. Project Managers

  5. Managers of all levels

  6. Business Architects

  7. CIO

  8. Anyone interested in Business Analysis for IT projects


  • No tools or knowledge required
  • Interest in Business Analysis for Information Technology (IT) and Software Requirements Definition / Analysis

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