Agile Methods for Business Analysis
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- 29 May 2023
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After successfully completing this unit, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate thorough knowledge of agile methodologies and techniques
- Evaluate business problems to ensure suitability of an agile approach
- Apply key business analysis theories and methodologies to agile projects
- Communicate effectively as a professional and function as an effective leader or member of a team
- Agile analysis and development approaches and techniques
- Complex nature of business information systems problems in an organisational context
- Design thinking for complex problem solving in an agile context
- Issues and challenges in agile analysis and development approaches
- Methods and techniques for intervening in the issues and challenges associated with the agile methods and techniques
You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- SWI-INF30003-Business Information Systems Analysis (No longer available)
INF20003 Requirements Analysis and Modelling INF20029 Digital Business Analysis and Design AND 125 cps
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This unit enables students to stand out as effective business analysts in agile software development and implementation teams. Students learn how to apply agile methods and problem-solving tools and techniques that assist in the analysis of complex, socio-technical problems which typify the nature of organisational information systems, and the work of business and information analysts. Drawing on real-world cases, the unit encompasses the technical, social and human dimensions of information systems problem solving. The value of uncovering multiple perspectives and multiple objectives, that are likely to exist in complex problem situations and which could impact agile information systems projects, is also analysed.
Major Assignment and Assignment
- Assignment 1 (20-30%%)
- Assignment 3 (30-40%%)
- Major Assignment (30-50%%)
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