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10.25 Interviews
An interview is a systematic approach designed to elicit business analysis information from a person or group of people by talking to the interviewee(s), asking relevant questions, and
10.5 Brainstorming
The aim of brainstorming is to produce numerous new ideas, and to derive from them themes for further analysis.
Key Concepts
The Business Analysis Key Concepts chapter includes information that provides a foundation for all other content, concepts, and ideas within the BABOK® Guide. It provides business analysts with
2.2  Key Terms
The BABOK® Guide describes and defines business analysis as the practice of enabling change in an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders
9. Underlying Competencies
The Underlying Competencies chapter provides a description of the behaviours, characteristics, knowledge, and personal qualities that support the practice of business analysis.
7.3  Validate Requirements
The purpose of Validate Requirements is to ensure that all requirements and designs align to the business requirements and support the delivery of needed value.
10.20 Financial Analysis
Financial analysis is used to understand the financial aspects of an investment, a solution, or a solution approach.
10.16 Decision Analysis
Decision analysis formally assesses a problem and possible decisions in order to determine the value of alternate outcomes under conditions of uncertainty.