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Scope( In Scope and Out Scope)

The Field of Project Management has a unique vocabulary filled with acronyms and Specialized terms. Three essential concepts included in that are viz. Scope, Risk and Assumptions. The scope of this blog is about Scope and what In Scope is and Out Scope is. Scope: Scope is the set of …

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Fish Bone Diagram

Fishbone Diagrams Introduction: A fishbone diagram is also called cause and effect diagram/Ishikawa diagram/Herringbone diagram/ Fishikawa diagram. This diagram is created by Dr. Karoru Ishikawa which is mainly used for product design or quality defect prevention to identify potential factors causing an overall effect. When to use fishbone diagram: A …

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A condition which can have impact on either cost, time scope or quality. Risk analysis is done to avoid the project failure from the risks that occur during the development of the project The techniques followed in risk analysis are: Risk identification: The process to identify the type of risks. …

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The nature of business, the stakeholder expectations can give rise to change of requests, which need to be managed to avoid the problems. Change requests differ in number and complexity in the projects which may occur in before, after or during implementation of the solutions. We have to know what …

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SCRUM CEREMONIES What is SCRUM? Scrum is one of the most popular frame works for implementing Agile. It is a framework for managing projects with an emphasis on software development. Scrum can also be defined as an iterative development methodology to manage software projects. The USP of Scrum is there …

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Enterprise Analysis

Enterprise Analysis often creates a confusion that, is it same as Business Analysis or is it something different. As per BABOK Enterprise Analysis is described as “the BA activities necessary to identify a business need, problem, or opportunity, define the nature of a solution that satisfies the identified need, and …

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GAP Analysis

GAP Analysis GAP Analysis is a comparison of the current state and the future desired state of an organization in order to identify differences that need to be addressed. It is a process performed by the Business Analysts and Project Managers for a company or a line of business within …

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Assess Requirement Change

The only thing that is constant in today’s world is CHANGE. Companies around the world do realize that their success depends on the ability to adapt to changes. The Business Analyst normally has to drive the change requirement if they arise. A change request can come anytime during the project …

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM There are five diagrams in UML for modeling the dynamic aspect of the system of which the most important and widely used diagram in today’s corporate world is Activity Diagram. Activity Diagram visually presents a sequence of actions or flow of control from activity to activity in a …

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