Behavioural characteristics are not unique to business analysis but they have been found to increase personal effectiveness in the practice of business analysis. These characteristics exist at
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Non-functional requirements (NFR) analysis examines the requirements for a product that defines how well the functional requirements must perform. It specifies criteria that can be used to judge
Organizations have adopted the key tenets of agile at all levels of planning and decision-making. In constant and rapidly changing environments, organizations need to respond to opportunities.
Mind mapping is a form of note taking that captures thoughts, ideas, and information in a non-linear diagram.
Collaborative games encourage participants to collectively build shared understanding, trust, and team spirit. These games can be used for:
A business model canvas describes how an enterprise creates, delivers, and captures value for and from its customers.
Risk Analysis and Management identifies areas of uncertainty that could negatively affect value and analyzes and evaluates those uncertainties. It also develops and manages ways of dealing with
Backlog refinement is used to ensure that there is sufficient detail and clarity for items in the backlog so that the delivery team can complete an iteration.
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
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.