Business Process Analysis (Skills Programme 2)

Enterprise analysis involves a thorough examination of not only the business problem (need) and its proposed business solution (if one already exists), but also an in-depth detailed analysis of what the solution entails, its risks, and its feasibility in the existing organisational climate.

28 students enrolled

In this course, we will firstly be looking at how the internal and external business environment and architecture are analysed within the scope of a designated business mandate.

The current state of technology is discussed and assessed in order to inform solution architecture and clarify business problems.

The business problem, opportunities and/or needs are analysed in order to identify requirements for new solutions.

Next, a GAP analysis is performed to determine where the organisation is, and where it wants to be. And lastly, initial requirements are derived and documented in order to clarify solution scope.

Perform Enterprise Analysis (259257)

1
Session 1: Introduction
2:58

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2
Session 1_Lesson 1: Project Vision and Solution
7:38
3
Session 1_Lesson 2: Business Process Design
6:22
4
Session 1_Lesson 3: Meeting Requirements
2:06
5
Session 1 Assessment
7 questions
6
Session 2: Introduction
2:33
7
Session 2_Lesson 1: Prioritisation Techniques
4:10
8
Session 2_Lesson 2: Aspects of Prioritisation and Dependencies
6:27
9
Session 2 Assessment
5 questions
10
Session 3: Introduction
2:01
11
Session 3_Lesson 1: System Documents
3:22
12
Session 3_Lesson 2: Modelling
3:50
13
Session 3_Lesson 3: Business Rules
3:14
14
Session 3 Assessment
6 questions
15
Session 4: Introduction
2:32
16
Session 4_Lesson 1: Purpose and Definition
04:32
17
Session 4_Lesson 2: Good Requirements
4:30
18
Session 4 Assessment
6 questions

Conduct Communication in a Business Environment (10622)

1
Lesson 1: Introduction to Communication
2
Lesson 2: Process of Communication
3:02
3
Lesson 3: Communication Channels
4:15
4
Lesson 4: Communication Barriers
4:56
5
Lesson 5: Intercultural Communication
2:50
6
Quiz 1: Communication Channels
5 questions
7
Lesson 6: Introduction (Part 2)
1:01
8
Lesson 7: Written Communication
2:38
9
Lesson 8: Oral Communication
2:49
10
Quiz 2: Written and Verbal Communication
5 questions
11
Lesson 9: Introduction
1:23
12
Lesson 10: Effective Communication
5:23
13
Lesson 11: Guidelines
3:08
14
Lesson 12: Team Communication
2:55
15
Lesson 13: Team Conflict
9:37
16
Lesson 14: Preventing Conflict
4:48
17
Quiz 3: Effective Communication
5 questions

Conduct an Organisational Needs Analysis (121338)

1
Lesson 1: Introduction to a Needs Analysis
1:27

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2
Lesson 2: The Purpose of the Analysis
6:18
3
Lesson 3: Communication Requirements
3:40
4
Assessment 1: Analyse the Current Situation
5 questions
5
Lesson 4: Introduction
1:08
6
Lesson 5: Role of Objectives
2:50
7
Lesson 6: Objectives
2:24
8
Assessment 2: Organisational Objectives
5 questions
9
Lesson 7: Introduction to Analysis
0:58
10
Lesson 8: Gap Analysis
2:05
11
Lesson 9: Usage Gap
3:31
12
Lesson 10: Using Gap Analysis
5:22
13
Assessment 3: Define the Gap
5 questions
This course will enable you to be a better Entrepreneur, Business Owner, Management Analyst, Data Scientist and IT Analyst.

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