A business model canvas describes how an enterprise creates, delivers, and captures value for and from its customers.
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Business rules analysis is used to identify, express, validate, refine, and organize the rules that shape day-to-day business behaviour and guide operational business decision making.
Manage and maintain requirements and design information from inception to retirement.
The primary purpose of the BABOK® Guide is to define the profession of business analysis and provide a set of commonly accepted practices. It helps practitioners discuss and define the
Product Roadmap is a strategic, visual tool used to communicate direction and progress towards the vision for a solution or initiative. It measures progress against that vision by achieving the
Non-functional requirements (also known as quality attributes or quality of service requirements) are often associated with system solutions, but they also apply more broadly to both process and
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.
Estimation is used by business analysts and other stakeholders to forecast the cost and effort involved in pursuing a course of action.
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
Stakeholder analysis involves identifying the stakeholders that may be affected by a proposed initiative or that share a common business need.