Business Analysis Techniques: Decision Analysis

According to the BABOK®, performing decision analysis is one of the 16 required techniques in the fundamental knowledge base of an effective business analyst.   So let’s take a closer look at what this technique actually is and how we might apply the technique on our projects.  Decision analysis allows the business analyst to examine and […]
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Considering the BABOK Business Analysis Deliverables?

A core set of business analysis documentation is needed for all of your projects regardless of project size or type.  Have you considered using the BABOK® set of business analysis deliverables as your starting point?  These key deliverables define aspects of business analysis work and document project requirements across the project life cycle.  In addition […]
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The BABOK® Requirements Taxonomy

The BABOK® defines a specific taxonomy, or classification scheme, for project requirements.   The levels of requirements in the BABOK® need to be mapped to your existing requirements taxonomy and any associated requirements documents.  To start off, remember that  the standard defines a requirement as a condition or capability needed by a stakeholder to solve a problem or […]
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Business Analysis and the BABOK®

The set of generally accepted best practices defined by the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®) Version 2.0 provides a business analysis framework defining areas of knowledge, associated activities and tasks, and the skills required to perform them.   The scope of this standard covers pre-project activities, the full project life cycle and the final product’s […]
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