Types of Business Communication

Types of Business Communication: The Business communication Business Communication is sharing of information in or outside of the organization to reach financial goals or commercial benefits of organization. It is mainly categorized into two types. Verbal Communication Non Verbal Communication Again the two categories are divided into sub categories Verbal …

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Gap Analysis

GAP ANALYSIS How to perform Gap Analysis?? A Gap Analysis is a simple method of comparing the current state of something to a desired state and then you determine steps that must be undertaken to improve that state The common uses for gap analysis are – Project Planning , Process …

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Requirements communication Tip

Requirements communication tips Requirements communication have ensures that all stakeholders have a shared understanding of the nature of a solution and a common understanding of the requirements. Inputs BA plan BA communication plan Any requirements Elements General communication Formal presentation Informal presentation Techniques Reqs walkthrough Reqs workshop Requirements management and …

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Fishbone Diagram

Fishbone Diagram is also called as Ishikawa Diagram or Cause-and-effect diagram. Fishbone Diagram is used for Root Cause Analysis and Brainstorming sessions. This Diagram is created by Kaoru Ishikawa to identify the Root Cause of a particular problem. Fishbone diagram is used in typical categories like: Manufacturing Product Marketing Service …

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Inspection Checklist for Software Requirements

Inspection Checklist For Software Requirements   What is a requirement? In the most simplified language, a requirement is, basically, the need of a client. The client specifies that need to a Business Analyst, or we analysts have to extract that during our elicitation meeting. It may happen (which happens most …

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Prototyping and its Advantages and Disadvantages

Prototyping and its Advantages and Disadvantages   Prototyping is creating a preliminary version of the project so that it can be replicated into the actual final design. Prototyping enables the client to visualize the project before the finalizing design or requirement. A prototype may not include all the functionalities and …

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Project Constraints

What is a constraint? And how can a software project have any constraints, even when we are willing to use state-of-the-art technology and hire the best people, right? Well, this is the ideal scenario we are talking about which, in the real world, doesn’t quite exist. Any software project is …

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Analytical thinking and problem solving

Analytical thinking and problem solving Analytical thinking Business analyst has to do enterprise analysis in project to understand the business objectives, core competencies and market research to get competitive advantage among others in industry. These are the few techniques BA has to be follow to do enterprise analysis SWOT analysis …

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Prototyping and its Advantages and Disadvantages

Prototyping can be referred as the initial stage in software release in which development process is evaluated by a small user group and product hits can be identify, before a bigger release is initiated. Such activities can also be called as Beta phase or beta testing. Prototyping is a part …

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