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9.1  Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving
Analytical thinking and problem solving skills are required for business analysts to analyze problems and opportunities effectively, identify which changes may deliver the most value, and work
8.1  Measure Solution Performance
The purpose of Measure Solution Performance is to define performance measures and use the data collected to evaluate the effectiveness of a solution in relation to the value it brings.
8.3  Assess Solution Limitations
The purpose of Assess Solution Limitations is to determine the factors internal to the solution that restrict the full realization of value.
BABOK Applied
BABOK Applied is to extend the information from the BABOK® Guide so practitioners can effectively apply it. The areas under BABOK Applied are Stakeholder Analysis which extends the
10.37 Reviews
Different types of reviews are conducted for business analysis work products. Each is tailored to the needs of the organization and business analyst, and uses
10.36 Prototyping
Prototyping is a proven method for product design. It works by providing an early model of the final result, known as a prototype.
10.32 Organizational Modelling
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.
10.44 State Modelling
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.
8. Solution Evaluation
Assess the performance / value / limitations delivered by a solution to realize the full value.​
10.33 Prioritization
Prioritization is a process used to determine the relative importance of business analysis information. The importance may be based on value, risk, difficulty of implementation, or other