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Fishbone Diagram

Fishbone Diagram:   The root cause analysis process is also known as the “Ishikawa Diagram”. The Fishbone diagram helps us to identify the basic causes or all other potential effects in a prospective approach. It is identified in 5 key areas: 1)People 2)Processes 3)Machines 4)Materials 5)Environment We generally dig into …

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Customer Relationship Management(CRM)

When we look at the back-office layer of the technology stack, one of the core components is going to be just how an organization keeps track of its customers. These days that usually means a Customer Relationship Management tool, or a CRM. Customer Relationship Management or what most people will …

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Workflow Analysis

The 5W1H method is an outstanding method to better understand and delineate situations. Below is the description of Work flow Analysis using 5W1H Technique. What is a Workflow? Workflows are a sequence of tasks that your business carries out on a regular basis. It can be described as a representation …

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Activity Diagram and Sequence Diagram

Activity Diagram Activity diagram is a type of UML diagram. It shows the control flow of an process starting from the starting point to ending point. It also shows the various decision that appears during the flow of the activity. They are used in business modelling where it shows the …

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Business Rules vs Business Requirements

Business Rules and Business requirements are both essential parts of the documentation process –  BRD & FRD. These are frequently confused by beginners to mean one and the same thing, but there are fundamental differences in both. Business Rules – This outlines all the business conditions, requirements or criteria for …

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Difference between functional and non-functional requirements

Functional Requirements: It places the proposed system at the centre of focus, and provide a prioritised list of capabilities the system must demonstrate in order to satisfy the business and user requirements. Non-Functional Requirements: It refers to needs that must be fulfilled related to things. They do not deal with …

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Enterprise Analysis

Enterprise Analysis The Enterprise Analysis knowledge area can be described in 5 possible approach-:   Define Business Need Access Capability Gaps Determine Solution Approach Define Solution Scope Define Business Case The purpose of the Enterprise Analysis knowledge area is to describe the business analysis activities required to compare the needs …

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Stakeholders are all the groups of persons or people or organizations who are involved in the completion of a project whether directly or indirectly. There are three types of stakeholders: 1. Project Side – These stakeholders are those directly involved in the building of the project. Eg: Technical Teams, Business …

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Definition: It is a process that is used to define what are the requirements are to be selected for the project. For these requirements gathering the business analysts have to be decided the correct and suitable requirements for the project. And it is the first stage of the process requirements …

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