When it comes to project planning, business analysis (BA) plays a critical role in establishing requirements and identifying risk. Without the scrutiny that BA provides, projects run the risk of failure and worse yet, rework, which can be both costly and inefficient. Business analysis lays the groundwork for helping to create the strategy that drives projects to succeed.
The City of Henderson, Nevada, was aware of the challenges of achieving project success and sought to make improvements to its systems, processes, and most importantly – its people. The City previously did not have a formal BA presence, program, or methodology in place and as a result, was unable to meet the objective of improving outcomes of the City’s major projects.
After analyzing their situation, the leaders of the City’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) decided to invest in a training solution that would enable their employees to acquire essential business analysis knowledge and skills in order to keep their projects on track.
Learn more about how the City of Henderson established a training program and roadmap to elevate its employees’ business analysis skills and provided them the tools they needed to accomplish project success.
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