The BA as a Leader Ken Fulmer, President and CEO, IIBA One common thing we often hear is that BAs are under appreciated. We typically do not sign purchase orders, and we do not manage teams of
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Read Julian Sammy's insights into how the Business Analysis Core Concept Model uses six core concepts form the foundation of Business Analysis.
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Why does the understanding of the power structure in an organization matter? It matters because the mission of a BA is to deliver the solution as outlined by the requirements.
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A key objective of a business intelligence system is the consistent definition and usage of information throughout an organization by establishing a 'single point of truth' for diverse business
Observation of activities, also known as job shadowing, involves examining a work activity firsthand as it is performed. It can be conducted in either natural work environments or specially
An entity is an object or concept within a system. An entity may be used in several processes. The life cycle of every entity has a beginning and an end. In a state model (also sometimes called a
An organizational model defines how an organization or organizational unit is structured. The purpose of an organizational unit is to bring together a group of people to fulfill a common purpose.