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Prototyping Model & Its Advantage / Disadvantage

For Systems which are large and complicated and where there is no manual process or existing system Prototyping is a very Good Idea.   In this model, a prototype of the End product is first developed, tested and reworked as per customer feedback repeatedly till a final acceptable prototype is …

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Tools to create UML Diagrams

UML(Unified Modelling Language) Tools UML  diagram is known as language of diagrams The base of UML diagram is object oriented approach(ooA) UML has 9 Diagrams 5 Static 4 Dynamic   Static                                 Dynamic Use-Case Sequence Class Activity Component State Chart Packages Collaboration Deployment     USE CASE Diagram   A …

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REQUIREMENTS GATHERING

Requirement Gathering   Requirements gathering important  part of any project .In simple terms its collecting the requirements or needs that are required for the successful project .A requirement is a need to achieve the business or project goals and collecting of this requirements is called REQUIREMENT GATHERING.Requirement Analysis is the …

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FISH BONE DIAGRAM

Fish Bone Diagram Fish Bone analysis is also known as cause and effect analysis as with this method we will analyse the root cause of the problem. This is also known as ISHIKAWA Diagram as it is invented by Dr. Kaoru Ishikawa Ishikawa identified Five(5) key areas which occur repeatedly …

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Requirements Classification Schema

REQUIREMENTS CLASSIFICATION SCHEMA   A requirement is something that is needed in order to complete a project and to understand what the client needs are. The more one knows about the requirement, the better would be the outcome of the project which in turn will satisfy the clients and the …

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Elicitation Techniques (Workshop and Questionnaire)

ELICITATION TECHNIQUES     WORKSHOP Workshops comprise a group (6-10) of users or stakeholders working together to identify requirements. A requirement workshop is a structured way to capture requirements. Workshops are used to discover, define, and prioritize requirements for the proposed system. Workshops are meant to be for a defined …

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DOS and DONT’S as BUSINESS ANALYST

A Business Analyst (BA) bridges between the needs and the delivered solution. A BA is a skilled proficient who understand business problems using business and analytical skills and also uses communication and technical competencies to work with the technical teams to develop & deliver a suitable solution on time. 1) Good Business …

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ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS

Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is the process of identifying causal factors using a structured approach with techniques designed to provide a focus for identifying and resolving problems. Tools that assist groups or individuals in identifying the root causes of problems are known as root cause analysis tools. Every equipment failure …

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Fishbone Diagram

Fishbone diagram is also known as Ishikawa Diagram or Root – Cause Diagram. It is used by the Companies to understand the Cause of a problem and how the Project is being affected by the Problem. A fishbone diagram resembles the skeleton of a Fish. Each bone in the skeleton …

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GAP Analysis

GAP analysis is used by the companies for the Comparison of the Present State of the Company and the required future state of the company. A GAP analysis identifies what a company needs to do, in order to reach the desired future state from the present state. This is usually …

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