Requirements Prioritization Technique: Timeboxing/Budgeting

According to the BABOK® Guide, there are five business analysis techniques you should consider when prioritizing your requirements during requirements analysis. I think that these techniques are an excellent addition to the skill set of any effective business analyst.  We have already looked at one of these techniques in a previous post, MoSCoW Analysis. The remaining four techniques […]
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Requirements Prioritization Technique: MoSCoW Analysis

According to the BABOK® Guide, there are five business analysis techniques you should consider when prioritizing your requirements during requirements analysis. I think that these techniques are an excellent addition to the skill set of any effective business analyst.  The five techniques are: MoSCoW Analysis, Timeboxing/Budgeting, Voting, Decision Analysis and Risk Analysis. Let’s have a closer […]
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Project Management and Business Analysis Certifications to Consider in 2011

Hello everyone and Happy New Year! Here I am sitting at my kitchen table thinking about how very many new standards and certifications there are to keep everyone busy in 2011, myself included.  The APMG, PMI and IIBA all had a very busy year in 2010 s producing a wonderful set of new certifications for project […]
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Business Analysis Technique: Business Rules Analysis

According to the BABOK® Guide, business rules analysis is one of the 16 required techniques in the fundamental knowledge base of an effective business analyst. This technique allows you to identify any business policy or rule changes resulting from your allocated requirements and release schedule. Your organization’s business rules may be managed manually or by […]
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Business Analysis Technique: Interface Analysis

According to the BABOK® Guide, interface analysis is a key part of your requirements elicitation and analysis efforts.  Interface analysis identifies the interfaces between solutions and/or solution components. This technique allows you to define the requirements for how the solution and its component pieces and parts interact with one another and with the outside world.  You will find […]
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