The Value of BA Role

Business Analyst always makes sure that the requirements from the business are collected properly and documented. The same will be conveyed to technical team in UML which is likely to be understood by them. He acts as a bridge between client and development team. He gets the requirement from clients …

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DO’s and DON’Ts of BUSINESS ANALYST

Business Analyst should always try implement the solutions, he/she should not say no whenever client/business approaches him/her for the IT solution. At the Time of Requirement Gathering from Client, BA should not assume that it is included BY DEFAULT. He/She has to always check with clients. If any point is …

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RACI Matrix

The model is based on few of the best practices to be followed in an organization that helps in just in time delivery of products without wasting time on blaming others in case of a scope creep and gives clarity amongst different roles in the organization. In simple terms this …

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Do’s and Don’ts of a BA

It has long been discussed about the need of a business analyst in the journey of IT development life cycle and having been associated in that profile for many years I thought of penning down a few thoughts regarding the do’s and don’ts of a business analyst that have helped …

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Dos AND DONTs AS A BUSINESS ANALYST

BLOG WRITING 2- Dos AND DONTs AS A BUSINESS ANALYST   Any field of work or any job role has some rules or ways to follow. In the same way a Business Analyst also has few basic Dos and Donts to follow for the progress of his organization and in …

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ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS

ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS-BLOG WRITING Root cause analysis (RCA) is a method of problem solving used for identifying the root causes of faults or problems in any process or area of work. RCA is a popular and often-used technique that helps people answer the question of why the problem occurred in the first place. …

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Interface analysis for Business Analysts

An interface is an association between two or more solutions or components. Interface analysis is used to recognise why, where, when, what, whom, and for how information is dealt between solution elements. Most solutions require one or more interfaces to trade information with other business processes, solution elements or organisational …

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Interface Analysis

Interface Analysis Description: – – Interface analysis can also help in determining requirements for interoperability and exposing interfacing stakeholders early in the project. – It acts as a conexion between two components. – Application of software require on or more interfaces, of the type. • User interacting directly with the …

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Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria

Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria Definition • Its used to determine which requirement can most effectively be used as. – Acceptance is to determine the possible solution. – Evaluation is to compare the multiple solution. • The ultimate purpose is to define the requirement that must be met for a solution …

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Vendor Assessment

Technique: Vendor Assessment Vendor Assessment is defined as the evaluation or assessment of a potential vendor to establish if they can successfully meet the obligations and needs of the business regarding a product or service. Role of a BA in Vendor Assessment? A Business Analyst is required to support the …

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