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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5 habits of Business Analyst

Business Analyst plays critical role in success of project & delivering outcomes. Validate Objectives: Business analyst should understand process strengths & weakness organizations uses & validate improvements implemented by project Manage Requirement Process: Business Analyst should work with organizations team to gain deep understanding of their business process & make …

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