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PROTOTYPING AND WIREFRAMING

Prototyping and wireframing are the terms used in representing basic frame work of a website / project. example: lets take construction of a house as example in which the basic site plan for house is wireframing, and implementing the plan to make home is prototyping. {wireframe = skeleton and prototyping …

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NEED VS REQUIREMENT

GENERAL DEFINITION’S : NEED : need is a basic want of any employee, employer, organization,(every thing in universe will have a need); ect. – needs of employee : 1) salary on time 2) peaceful environment to work 3) regular breaks for relaxation from work 4) water, canteen, washroom facilities ;ect …

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Solution Assessment and Validation

Solutions are assessed with respect to market standards and financial status of the organization. Finally at the end of the project the so called BA performed tasks and activities should create some deliver value to the Organization. Organization approaches the BA and explains about the needs and requirements of the …

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Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving

Analytical Thinking   Purpose Business analyst must be effective in generating new ideas for approaches to problem solving and also in generating alternative solutions. 2.Definition Analytical thinking involves generating new ideas and concepts, as well as finding new associations and new applications of existing ideas and concepts. These concepts should …

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Elicitation Techniques

Each and every Software project goes through a phase called Requirements Gathering. A successful project begins with a set of discussions on what should be done. It is the major responsibility of IT Business Analyst to gather the Requirements from the clients. Getting the correct requirements from the client can …

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Life cycle of the project

The Project Life Cycle refers to the step wise process that is followed by nearly all project managers when moving through stages of project completion. At the start of a new project, the amount of planning and work required can seem overwhelming. There may be hundreds of tasks that need …

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Stake Holder Analysis

STAKE HOLDER ANALYSIS The First thing that comes into mind when we hear the word Stake holder is who are stakeholders. Stakeholders are individuals or organisation that are actively involved in the project, or in other words these are ones whose interests are affected with the execution of the project. …

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SCRUM CEREMONIES

Ceremonies are nothing but meetings in agile, there are four different ceremonies: Sprint planning meeting, Daily scrum, scrum review meeting and sprint retrospective meeting. These ceremonies are conducted as there are many elements which are discussed with the team.   Sprint planning meeting: In this meeting the development team, scrum …

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Root Cause Analysis

When there is a break or change in the flow of a process, an investigation should be done to have a complete understanding of the situation – the situation is usually called an “Event”. Understanding why an event occurred is the key to developing effective recommendations. Root Cause Analysis is …

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Assess Requirement Change

We live in a world where the competition to excel in your chosen field is high, this is possible when you constantly upgrade yourself and are on par or above your competition, to be the best, you need to accept and change. This applies to organizations as well, to be …

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