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Role of BA in Agile/Srum

Business Analyst should act as he owns the product on behalf of company, and should take appropriate decisions regarding Product, and take up the responsibility for success of the Product. Business Analyst should possess skills and must have ability to learn new skills to play this role .BA should develop a …

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Relationships in Use Case Diagrams

A use case diagram is a diagrammatic representation of user’s interaction with the system and simplistic in nature which can be used for communicating the same with the stakeholders.  The interactions we represent in the use case diagram depends on the relationships within and if the relations are represented incorrectly, the output …

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S.M.A.R.T Requirements

A good Requirements Specification should have all the important aspects such as consistency, accuracy and coherency. Within a Requirements Specification individual requirements at the microscopic level should be accurate, clear, unambiguous and verifiable. In many cases the requirements engineer has a correct understanding but fails to document this accurately in …

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WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE (WBS)

OVERVIEW: A Work breakdown structure (WBS) is a tool and which is a key product deliverable that organizes out the team into manageable segments and in particular the WBS is utilized to define the activities for the project. WBS is also be alluded to as “Contract Work Breakdown Structure” or …

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Feasibility study

Feasibility Study It is one of the Enterprise Analysis Go or No Go Is done whether to proceed or not. Identifies new opportunities while investigating. Identifies reasons why not to proceed. Identifies cost & Benefits. Provides quality info for decision making. Gives focus to the project. Access Financial Viability – …

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BRAINSTORMING TECHNIQUES

Brainstorming is a group creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its members  Trigger Storming: This variant on the round robin approach starts with a “trigger” to help people come up with …

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wire framing and prototyping

Wire framing and prototyping: Wire framing is an essential step in the application development process. This will help the business analyst to show the client how TO BE process application looks like. These wireframes are used to develop a rough draft of the application's layout and appearance. Wire frames will …

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SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis: S.W.O.T is an acronym that stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. SWOT analysis can be conducted on an organization, product, place, or on a person as well. Basically strengths and weaknesses are the internal factors they are within our control and can be changed over a period …

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Relationships in Use Case Diagram

Use case diagrams describe a set of actions system performs in collaboration with one or more external users of the system (actors). A Use Case describes the behavior of a business system from the business user’s point of view. It describes in plain business terms how the user interacts with …

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Problem Solving

It is technique to reach at the solution of the any problem. Following are the steps involved in the Problem Solving process: Define the Problem: To reach at the solution, first we need to understand the problem. Generate Solutions: For any there can be many solutions, so the second step …

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