Domain Knowledge

Domain knowledge is the awareness of the environment in which we work at our Office daily. These days Testing has become mandatory for every Software Application which is in market. To Test on any Software Application it is a must to have some domain knowledge so that we can understand …

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Stakeholder Analysis

Who is a stakeholder? Stakeholder can be a person or group of persons or an organisation that is directly or indirectly impacted with the proposed IT solution. There are three different types of take holders: Project stakeholders Business stakeholders External stakeholders Project stakeholders: Project stakeholders are usually the internal technical …

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Root Cause Analysis

Root cause analysis In today’s fast changing world we don’t have scope for errors, mistakes, fault and problems. If that happened; then how to rectify the same and avoiding the reoccurrence of the same in future. Quality of the product and services are important to customers and organization as well. …

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Brainstorming

Brainstorming Brainstorming is a creativity technique by a group of people to find a solution to a specific problem by gathering a list of spontaneously generated ideas contributed by the participants. Who can participate? : It can be a mix of both experts as well as people from different degrees …

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Epic v/s Themes v/s User stories

Once the project is kicked off BA gets the requirement and  he listed Requirement as FEATURE LIST .  From the Feature List BA identifies Epic and breaks them as Theme and then to User Stories .     EPIC – It is High level of Information . Epic is large …

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RTM

RTM (Requirement Traceability Matrix) This is important document in software testing it connects the requirements to the test cases. It is a table that shows many to many relationships between requirements and test cases. There are two concepts in RTM – FTM (Forward Traceability Matrix): In this concept we check …

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SCRUM

SCRUM:- Scrum is a methodology stated before starting the project or in between the project. Scrum Process: In this scrum process business analyst, developers, testers formed as a group app 7to 8. Product backlog: In this section all requirements are divided Product owner: Product owner know the need of the …

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Joint Application Development (JAD) Sessions

p { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; direction: ltr; line-height: 120%; text-align: left; } JAD is workshop conducted to gather requirements. In this stake holders and system analysts participate to gather requirements. Advantages: We can gather more number of ideas within short period of time for a particular problem. Every participant can elicit …

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Business Analyst – “An Attitude Beast”

Sometimes one creates a dynamic impression by saying something, and sometimes one creates as significant an impression by remaining silent.   Business Analysis / Project Management world is a game, playing with number of players who has different attitudes, you have to be very cautious playing with them, you may need …

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“Business Analyst” – R U Eligible?

Inferences Developers/ Programmers are the highest to become BAs (most of them after becoming a Tester, QA Analyst, Systems Analyst, or Project Manager). Business side Subject Matter Experts (SMEs, including end-users) are the 2nd highest to become BAs (some of them after becoming Tester or Project Manager). Project Managers and Systems …

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