ISBN: LOOK UP ISBN… 9781906124618 9781906124236 0123741521 0787900907 1596931922 1905211201 0743260872 9780071342 032418414 More to be added soon.Read More Recommended Reading in Business process Analysis
Power: What is it? But more importantly how do we know when we have got it? Power is an organised effort, and organised knowledge. Success: What defines it? How do we know we have come to victory? Success is the ability to obtain power to get what you want, but without interfering with the rights […]Read More Power, Success, Thinking … the Hybrid individuals
The way we work is that the BA‘s only get a project once a Business case with Measurable KPI’s exists. The KPIs give a very good indication of the end point and it helps to stay within scope i.e… you want this.. but which KPI would it affect? None… oh so you have a new […]Read More Problems arise from starting with a client’s wish list. What stops BA’s from starting with the required end situation and building back up?
I think there’s a very good question here about how do you get stakeholders / users to validate requirements (in the general sense not just “the System should” type statements), but I that the concept of sign-off is flawed. What does it mean if the requirements have beed signed-off? It doesn’t mean that the requirements […]Read More What can be the most successful technique when reviewing requirements with the user for signoff
Since the BA is the conduit between the business and IT worlds, the BA has to be an interpreter/translator that can effectively speak the language of both sides. BA should be independent of both the business and IT — the focus is on solving business problems with a focus on three areas People, Process and […]Read More IT or Business? The COO chooses the business analysts, why?
I see business requirements as what the business WANTS to be able to do to manage and fulfil (the processes to meet business objectives). As not everything that business wants is what is needed at the moment, a ‘living strategy’ with an exception of some core operational principals defining an organization. And most business requirements change, sometimes […]Read More The difference between business requirements and functional requirements
The business analyst can bring structure & formalisation of requirements into its process. Increasing foresight or ‘long-sighted’ goals among Business Owners. A Business Analyst should not just be the ‘man in the middle’ but it should help business owners & developers to streamline the ‘long term’ goals. Project managers will include business analyst […]Read More Using a business analyst
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