Perspectives are used within business analysis work to provide focus to tasks and techniques specific to the context of the initiative and may involve one or more perspectives.
The 5 perspectives covered in the BABOK® Guide represent the majority of the work BAs do:
BABOK® Guide shares new techniques you can add to your business analysis tool belt:
Business Analysis Core Concept Model (BACCM) framework for business analysis:
Watch for Links woven in to the story that lead to technique guides and templates.
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Discover how you can leverage business analysis best practices to deliver ongoing value for your organization. BABOK® Guide expands the scope of business analysis, providing essential direction and support for practitioners.
Business analysis is a very interconnected, linear process. There are a lot of feedback loops, but at the core is enterprise analysis: which talks about business casing, understanding the business problem, and solution assessments. You want to recommend a solution that’s going to solve the business problem. As a BA you also have to ellicit requirements, to communicate, and to understand and pull information out. You have to manage that information, but most of all you have to plan.
The skills and knowledge you bring to the table, those underlying competencies that make you great at your job can all be found in the BABOK® Guide.
A list of corrected errors reported in the BABOK and summary of changes.