Business Analysis: Master Stakeholder Profiling in 6 Steps
Learn how to more effectively identify, negotiate for, and engage the necessary stakeholder resources for your next project through the power of stakeholder profiling.
The Stakeholder Profiling technique works well in any development environment such as agile, iterative, or waterfall, and can be leveraged at any stage of the development life cycle. While ideally used from the project start, this technique is great for projects that are already in motion since it is never too late to engage the right stakeholders.
This course is designed for those seeking to improve their ability to:
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
The ideal student for this course is the:
This course includes 9 modules, 31 lectures, 2 hours and 6 minutes of videos, 10 quizzes, 3 downloadable quick–reference job aids, and a complimentary PDF of Chapter 2: Involve the Right Stakeholders from Roxanne Miller s book The Quest for Software Requirements.
Enroll now and gain access to the stakeholders you need!
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John Saletri –
Very clear and well organized with good examples.
Redvers Crooks –
An intriguing course!! I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the tutor/narrator because of her genuine interest in this subject.
Marcus Smith –
The instructor does a great job of outlining the material and showing how it can be useful in the real world. I’ve already built a plan for an internal initiative and a large part of the work is based on the principles I’ve learned in this course.
T R –
I liked the teacher, but the material seems frequently out of order, and references information that isn’t really included in this course. It also seems like you could just watch sections 1 and 2 and learn everything there is to learn in this course the rest of the modules just seem to repeat exactly what was covered in the introduction.