Pre-Project Problem Analysis (1 Day, Short Course)
April 25 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
In this practical and hands-on one day course, you will get practical and proven techniques for early business analysis engagement. This course is run in collaboration with ITWorks. For full event information, pricing and registration information, please click on the link below.
Successful projects need a clear direction and a definitive destination. This starts with a solid understanding of the business problem or opportunity that exists. A key skill-set to achieving this level of clarity is problem analysis.
This practical, hands-on course focusses on how to carry out problem analysis either before a project has been initiated or during the project’s early stages. The session starts with a broad definition of problem analysis, and then focusses on techniques for understanding the high-level “Why” and “What” of projects. The session continues by focussing on how to define a high-level Project Concept Summary.
After attending this course, delegates will:
✔ Understand what pre-project problem analysis is, and its significance in the analysis and project lifecycle
✔ Understand the importance of stakeholder identification, categorisation and management
✔ Be able to define a problem using a ‘problem statement’ and understand how successful outcomes can be articulated with Critical Success Factors and Key Performance Indicators
✔ Understand what a Business Use Case diagram is and understand its value in articulating scope during pre-project problem analysis
✔ Use a 1 page ‘Project Concept Summary’ template to bring together a potential project idea onto a page