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Role of BA in handling Change Request

When a BA is working on any Project he has to be ready to expect for a change. The client may raise a Change Request at any stage of the project, it may be at the very initial stage or it may be at the final stage. When a client …

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Business Process Modeling

Business process is a collection of structured activities or task to produce a specific out. For example – product or service. The term BPM is the noun form of business process modeling and refers to a structural representation, description of diagram, which defines a structural representation, description or diagram, which …

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Analytical thinking and problem solving

Analytical thinking and problem solving are fundamental skills which help any individual perform in an effective manner in an organization .As a Business analyst when a client needs a solution for an existing problem in their business a Business analyst should have the ability to think critically, analyze the problem, …

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How Scrum is different from Waterfall Methodology ?

Scrum and Waterfall are the two different models used for software development. New startup companies are trending towards agile methodologies whereas, the old software firm which were using other software development methodologies are shifting towards agile to co-op with the world needs. Scrum is part of agile methodologies which is …

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Domain Knowledge

Domain Knowledge : If a person is working on any project then he/she should have extensive knowledge about the project and the client’s domain he is working on such that he gets exposed to what needs to be done and its repercussions, by which the project will be handled correctly. …

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“An Important Technique for Iterative Development”

Joint Application Development JAD is an Important Technique for Iterative Development. An important aspect of the iterative development approach is the Joint Application Development (JAD) process. JAD is used as a technique for developing business system requirements. The purpose of JAD is to bring together IT and the business community …

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“Where are we? Where do we want to be?”

GAP Analysis Gap analysis is the technique used to define the difference between the current state and the proposed state of any business and its functionalities. This technique comes under Enterprise Analysis, knowledge area of business analysts. The technique revolves around two basic questions: Where are we? Where do we want …

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