- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 55
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Methodologies & Techniques in Business Analysis
Course SummaryWith this course, your employees will be able to improve their skills with business analysis, as well as learn how to use the data from these analyses. In addition to short, engaging lessons, employees will be able to test their knowledge with interactive assessments.
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About This Course
This course is composed of a series of chapters, which were assembled by our professional instructors to help individuals, like your employees, learn about business analysis, and business analysis techniques. Each chapter includes a series of lessons and assessments that will help employees review how business analyses are conducted and used.
How It Works
The online lessons of this course are mobile device-compatible so that your employees may complete them on any computer, tablet, or smartphone with an Internet connection. Likewise, the short, engaging assessments can also be completed online. However, if preferred, the assessments may be printed off and used as versatile worksheets.
This course was designed to provide a convenient way to review:
- Methods and procedures of business analyses
- Models of business analyses
- Various types of business analyses
- Uses of analyses in business planning
- Purposes of market analyses
- Ways of utilizing use cases
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: There are a number of different ways to analyze a business and use the data from those analyses. This course will improve employees knowledge of these topics.
- Improves effectiveness: A greater knowledge of a business's operations can improve productivity and profit. Being able to analyze a business will help your employees gain this knowledge.
- Boosts profit: Having a better understanding of the operations of the business, its market and its customers may help you cut costs and improve sales.
|Chapter||Topics & Objectives|
|Business Analysis Basics||Learn about business analysis procedures, tools and reports.|
|Business Analysis Models||Review the different models used to analyze business.|
|Types of Business Analysis||Discover some of the different types of business analyses and how they are used.|
|Business Planning||Improve employee knowledge about the different techniques and tools used in business planning.|
|Market Analysis||Learn of the different ways to analyze markets.|
|Use Cases||Discover what uses cases are and how to utilize them.|
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