Financial analysis is used to understand the financial aspects of an investment, a solution, or a solution approach.
Decision analysis formally assesses a problem and possible decisions in order to determine the value of alternate outcomes under conditions of uncertainty.
The purpose of Assess Risks is to understand the undesirable consequences of internal and external forces on the enterprise during a transition to, or once in, the future state.
The Business Architecture Perspective highlights the unique characteristics of business analysis when practiced in the context of business architecture.
Mind mapping is a form of note taking that captures thoughts, ideas, and information in a non-linear diagram.
Business capability analysis provides a framework for scoping and planning by generating a shared understanding of outcomes, identifying alignment with strategy, and providing a scope and
Functional decomposition helps manage complexity and reduce uncertainty by breaking down processes, systems, functional areas, or deliverables into their simpler constituent parts and allowing
Interface analysis is used to identify where, what, why, when, how, and for whom information is exchanged between solution components or across solution boundaries.
The Business Process Management Perspective highlights the unique characteristics of business analysis when practiced in the context of developing or improving business processes.
A data model describes the entities, classes or data objects relevant to a domain, the attributes that are used to describe them, and the relationships among them to provide a common set of