Business Analysis Technique: Data Dictionary and Glossary

Thanks for the business analysis technique request! Here’s the response, straight from Susan. According to the BABOK® Guide, building a data dictionary and/or glossary during requirements elicitation is a key part of your requirements development efforts.  This technique is included in the 16 essential business analysis techniques found in the standard.  I agree with this recommendation to use this […]
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Building a Stakeholder Assessment Grid

There are many ways to analyze and take the measure of your project stakeholders. One technique I particularly like is a stakeholder assessment grid. This team-based method allows you to identify and prioritize stakeholders and organizations for your projects prior to beginning detailed requirements definition. This allows the group to work together, visually represent the stakeholders, and assess the level […]
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Requirements Prioritization Technique: Voting

According to the BABOK® Guide, there are five business analysis techniques you should consider when prioritizing your requirements during requirements analysis. Any or all of these techniques are an excellent addition to the skill set of any effective business analyst.  We looked at two of these techniques in previous posts, MoSCoW Analysis and Timeboxing/Budgeting. The remaining techniques to consider are Voting, […]
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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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