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One of the reasons for project failure is incomplete understanding of the requirement. This leads to multiple issues like team conflict, reduced team morale and in extreme cases loss of business.

All this can be addressed by understanding the process of 'Business Analysis'. This workshop helps you learn the nuances of Business Analysis, so that you and your team can manage the projects better.

Business Analysis is defined as the practice of defining needs, recommending solutions, enabling change and delivering value to stakeholders.

Business Analysis is conducted in support of many business initiatives, including programs and projects, as well as ongoing operational activities, such as monitoring, modelling and forecasting.

Business Analysis as a profession has continued to evolve over the years. Prior to the IT / ITES revolution, role of business analysts was mainly in the consulting and financial services sector, which continues today as well.

In the era of technology driven industry, the role of the business analyst has evolved as a liaison between business stakeholders and IT development teams.

This workshop will help practicing project managers, stakeholders, sponsors and aspiring project managers to understand the role of the business analyst and explore the world of business analysis.

Saturday, 8th Sept 2018
Timing : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Royal Orchid Central Hotel, Manipal Center, Dickenson Road, Bengaluru.


The workshop is the First Step to be taken by a project team member to tread in the path that leads to an understanding of the life cycle, its processes and few techniques required for performing business analysis.

The topics covered will be:

  1. Need assessment of the business and its scope: is the development team oblivious of the business aspects?
  1. Planning and stakeholder analysis: how thick is the line separating the business and the project?
  1. Eliciting better requirements: what minimum techniques ensure the completeness?
  1. Requirements specification: when can we ensure a ‘common’ understanding of ‘what we deliver’?
  1. Change management: why a strategic approach is a must here?
  1. Solution: which is the best?

The workshop will engage participants in groups to fish out answers to the above using case study based hands-on sessions and best practice sharing.


  1. Learn and apply techniques on a life like case study
  2. Evaluate your BA skills to plan your learning calendar
  3. Acquire a comprehensive toolkit for Business Analysis

Target audience:

  • Project Managers
  • Aspiring business analysts
  • Technical / Team Leads
  • Senior engineers
  • Lead Quality Assurance team member
  • Support engineers
  • Any person who works with stakeholders in defining requirements, shaping project outputs and driving intended business outcomes.

Registration & Fees

PMI Bangalore Chapter Members: INR 6,000 (all inclusive)
For all others: INR 8,000 (all inclusive)

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Facilitators are Volunteers of PMIBC BA Group

About the PMIBC BA Group

Consisting of 1. Anand Lokhande, 2. L N Mishra, 3. Raja Kumar Sharma, and 4. Suresh Thiagarajan (all volunteers of PMI Bangalore Chapter) has the primary objective of creating knowledge nuggets of Business analysis and enhance the business analysis competency of project management professionals.

Primary facilitators for this session
Mr. Suresh Thiagarajan
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Mr. Anand Lokhande
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Participating facilitators for this session
Mr. L N Mishra
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Mr. Raja Kumar Sharma RS
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