Business Analysis Program: Level-2

Business Analysis Program: Level-2 (BAPL-2) is an intensive program that covers 200+ business analysis techniques in a 3-day classroom or equivalent online formats. The participants will understand the nuances of each of the business analysis techniques along with when and how to use.


Must be a graduate and should have completed BAPL-2.

Who should attend?

Business Consultants, Entrepreneurs, Business Analysts, Process Improvement Experts etc.

Learning Formats

The BAPL-2 is offered in Classroom, Online and Self-Study formats. The classroom sessions are held across major cities in India. For more details complete the below contact form and one of our customer support executives will reach out to you.

One can prepare the Business Analysis Program Level-1 curriculum either through classroom/online training or self-study.
Classroom: Typically the classroom training is available in Chennai, Bengaluru and Pune as one full-day (8 Hours) program. For more details about the program dates please contact us.
Online: The online training is available in weekends delivered through 4 Saturdays in 2 Hour sessions (8 Hours).
Self-Study: For a better understanding of business analysis fundamentals and the framework, we strongly recommend you to attend either the classroom or online programs. Those who don’t find time for these options, you can buy the preparation material (Freshers’ Handbook to Business Analysis) and prepare on your own.

On completion of thorough preparation of the curriculum, you shall appear for an assessment. A pass in the assessment will lead to a certificate in Foundation Program in Business Analysis. The details of the assessment are as below:
Assessment Duration: 60 minutes
Number of Questions: 60 Multiple Choice – 4 Options
Nature of Assessment: Open Book Online Exam
Assessment Availability: 24 x 7
Passing Score: 70%

Advanced Program in Business Analysis Techniques (APBAT)

Program Curriculum

♦ 5 Why's
♦ 5s
♦ A3 Problem Solving
♦ Abstraction
♦ Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria
♦ Activity Sampling
♦ Adizes Corporate Life cycle
♦ ADL Matrix
♦ Analogy
♦ Andon
♦ Ansoff's Matrix
♦ ARCI Matrix
♦ Axiomatic Design
♦ Background Research
♦ Backlog Management
♦ Baker's 4 Strategies of Influence
♦ Balanced Scorecard
♦ BCG Matrix
♦ Benchmarking and Market Analysis
♦ Benefit-Cost-Analysis (BCA)
♦ Benefits Management
♦ Blue Ocean Strategy
♦ Bottleneck Analysis
♦ Bowman's Strategy Clock
♦ Brainstorming
♦ Build-Measure-Learn Feedback Loop
♦ Business Activity Model (BAM)
♦ Business Capability Analysis
♦ Business Case
♦ Business Model Canvas
♦ Business Process Mapping
♦ Business Rules Analysis
♦ CAGE Distance Framework
♦ Cause and Effect Diagram
♦ Class Modelling
♦ Collaborative Games
♦ Concept Modelling
♦ Conscious Comptence Model
♦ Context Diagram
♦ Continuos Flow
♦ Control Chart
♦ Core Competencies Analysis
♦ Critical Success Factors
♦ Crosby's 14 Steps for Improvement
♦ CRUD Matrix
♦ CTQ Tree
♦ Cultural Analysis
♦ Customer Experience Mapping
♦ Data Dictionary
♦ Data Flow Diagrams
♦ Data Mining
♦ Data Modelling
♦ Decision Analysis
♦ Decision Modelling
♦ Deming's Five Diseases of Management
♦ Design of Experiments
♦ Disruptive Technologies
♦ Divide and Conquer
♦ Document Analysis
♦ Entity relationship diagram
♦ EPRG Model
♦ Estimation
♦ Feasibility Analysis
♦ Financial Analysis
♦ Focus Groups


♦ Force-Field Analysis
♦ Four-View Model
♦ Functional Decomposition
♦ Gap Analysis
♦ Garvin's 8 Dimensions of Quality
♦ Gemba (The Real Place)
♦ GE-Mckinsey Matrix
♦ Glossary
♦ Greiner Curve
♦ GROW Model
♦ Hedgehog Concept
♦ Heijunka (Level Scheduling)
♦ Heptalysis
♦ Histogram
♦ Hive Mind
♦ Hoshin Kanri (Policy Deployment)
♦ Hoshin Planning System
♦ Hothousing
♦ House of Quality
♦ Impact Analysis
♦ Innovation Circle
♦ Interface Analysis
♦ Interviews
♦ Intuition
♦ Item Tracking
♦ Jidoka (Autonomation)
♦ Joint Application Development Workshops (IBM)
♦ Just-In-Time (JIT)
♦ Kaizen (Continuous Improvement)
♦ Kanban (Pull System)
♦ Kapferer's Brand Identity Prism
♦ Kay's Distinctive Capabilities framework
♦ Keller's Brand Equity Model
♦ Kolb Cycle
♦ Kotler and Keller's Five Product Levels
♦ KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)
♦ Kraljic Portfolio Purchasing Model
♦ Kurt Lewin's Model of Organisational Change
♦ Lateral Thinking
♦ Lessons Learned
♦ Mckinsey's 3 Horizons of Growth
♦ McKinsey's 7-S
♦ McKinseys Seven Degrees of Freedom for Growth
♦ Means-Ends Analysis
♦ Method of Focal Objects
♦ Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
♦ Miles and Snow's Organisational Strategies
♦ Mind Mapping
♦ Mind Maps
♦ Mintzberg 5Ps of Strategy
♦ Morphological Analysis
♦ MoSCoW Prioritisation
♦ Muda (Waste)
♦ Mullins Seven Domains Model
♦ Net Promoter Score
♦ Non-Functional Requirements Analysis
♦ Observation
♦ OGSM Frameworks
♦ Ohmae's 3C model
♦ Organizational Modelling
♦ Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
♦ P/I Grid
♦ Pareto Chart
♦ PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act)
♦ PESTLE analysis
♦ Poka-Yoke (Error Proofing)
♦ POOGI-Process of On-Going Improvement
♦ Porter's Five Forces framework


♦ Principled Negotiation
♦ Prioritization
♦ Process Analysis
♦ Process Modelling
♦ Product Diffusion Curve
♦ Product-Process Matrix
♦ Prototyping
♦ Pyramid of Purpose
♦ RATER Model
♦ Reduction
♦ Regression Analysis
♦ Requirements Traceability Matrix
♦ Requirements Validation
♦ Research
♦ Resource Audit
♦ Reviews
♦ RFM Segmentation
♦ Rich Picture
♦ Risk Analysis and Management
♦ Roles and Permissions Matrix
♦ Rolled Throughput Yield
♦ Root Cause Analysis
♦ RPR Problem Diagnosis
♦ SARAH Model
♦ Scatter Diagram
♦ Scenario Analysis
♦ Scenarios
♦ Scope Modelling
♦ Sequence Diagrams
♦ Simonson and Rosen's Influence Mix
♦ Single-Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED)
♦ SIPOC Analysis
♦ Six Big Losses
♦ Six Thinking Hats
♦ SMART Goals
♦ SOAR Analysis
♦ Stakeholder List, Map, or Personas
♦ Stakeholder Wheel
♦ Standardized Work
♦ State Machine Diagram
♦ State Modelling
♦ Storyboarding
♦ Stratification
♦ Survey or Questionnaire
♦ Swimlane Diagrams
♦ SWOT Analysis
♦ System Dynamics
♦ System Event Analysis
♦ Taguchi Loss Function
♦ Takt Time
♦ Teece's Win-Lose Innovation Model
♦ Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument
♦ Timeboxing
♦ Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
♦ Triple Bottom Line
♦ Use Cases diagrams
♦ User Stories
♦ Value Chain Analysis
♦ Value Disciplines Model
♦ Value Net Model
♦ Value Proposition Analysis
♦ Value Stream Mapping
♦ Vendor Assessment
♦ VMOST analysis
♦ VRIO Analysis
♦ Weisboard's Six-Box Model
♦ Workshops

Recommended Book
Mastering Business Analysis Techniques



This book is written in a lucid manner to walk you through the entire life-cycle of business analysis right from problem identification to product creation. This practical guide will enable you not only to learn the concepts of business analysis, but will help you to perform business analysis in your organization with confidence.

Audience: Highly recommended for aspiring business analysts as well as for experienced to get a complete clarity on business analysis framework.

ISBN: 978-81-930265-0-9
Book Size: A4
Number of Pages: 180

INR 599



Training & Assessment Packages


1. Cost of package is inclusive of GST applicable within India
2. Please click here to buy the assessment in INR 2,950 or click here to buy in USD 45 separately. This doesn’t include the preparation material.
3. * Classroom trainings are not available in all the cities. Please check the availability before enrolment.
4. ** Online trainings are available across the globe at pre-determined time slots. Please check the time suitability before enrolment.



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