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Competencies of a Business Analyst

The basic definition of Competence is the ability of an individual to do a job properly. A competency is a set of defined behaviors that provide a structured guide enabling the identification, evaluation and development of the behaviors in individual employees . When it comes to the ability of  business analyst, …

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NEEDS VS. REQUIREMENTS

NEED: A need is something that is important to your organization or your users. Some examples of a need are: To show my board that our fundraising income has increased. To track my communications with major gift prospects. To send emails to my organization’s contacts. While articulating your organization’s needs …

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Tips for Requirement documentation

1) For good requirement documentation we should define one requirement a time. Don’t use any conjunctions like AND,OR,ALSO,WITH and THE LIKE and also avoid using let out classes like but, except and if necessary. Because words like there can cause developers and testers to miss out on requirement. We can …

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RISK ANALYSIS & MANAGEMENT

RISK ANALYSIS & MANAGEMENT Any uncertainty event (Flood, fire, rains) or condition(unavailable of resources or theft) that may impact the cost, technology, scope, time, quality is risk analysis. Risk analysis is done to determine how much more the project carries more risk and if the organisation has the capacity to …

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Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder analysis is an important process during requirement gathering which helps to identify the stakeholders and analyzing their needs. Stakeholders can be grouped into 2 categories: Internal stakeholders and External stakeholders. Internal stakeholders are internal to organization like a sponsor, the project team, program manager, admin manager, etc. They might …

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Does a BA role fits into Agile/Scrum?

Naturally, the work takes new forms. To sum up the changes in the BA’s role, Roman Pichler says “just like other specialized roles, working on the team means engaging in a broad range of activities and becoming what’s sometimes called a generalist-specialist.” Pichler says a BA may take on the Product Owner role …

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REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

Request For Information (RFI) is a formal business process which should contain the information regarding the suppliers capability. This document is produced by the suppliers/vendors in writing to the businesses. This is generally requested at the planning stage of procurement used in selection process and it is considered as a …

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Prioritizing Requirement

Prioritizing requirements is that urgency of different requirement to cop up with the limited resources. Agile is best for prioritizing Requirement Types Ranking: In Ranking prioritizing can be done  based upon the value of the requirement which is important. Ranking can be done from the scale of 1(Lowest) to 10(highest) …

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BRD Vs FRD

                                                 The Business Requirement Document (BRD) understands the requirements of the client at a very high level. These requirements can be statements or user stories, it completely …

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A DAY AS A BUSINESS ANALYST

I started my day as a Business Analyst. Client intetraction: I started my day as a BA and that was my first day and i got a chance to interact with a client on behalf of wipro. It was regarding tracking of JUST DIAL sales executives in terms of geographicaly,productivity …

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