BUSINESS CASE DOCUMENT

How to write a business case? So we have seven elements of writing a business case that you’re going to run through. So the first section of the business case is really are some background information you might call it a product definition statement where you explain enough information to …

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SWOT ANALYSIS

We know that Business strategy analysis has two main branches. Analysis of a firm’s external environment and analysis of a firm’s internal environment. SWOT is a famous framework that allows us to combine the two types of analysis. SWOT is sometimes referred to as an internal-external analysis. SWOT stands for …

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Change Request

Change Request In our constantly changing business world, it is impossible for anyone to really know exactly what they will need to achieve their objectives at the start of a project .The dynamic nature of businesses, the operational landscape and stakeholders’ expectations can give rise to change requests, which need …

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Basic Flow , Alternate Flow in Use Case Secifications

BASIC / POSITIVE FLOW The main flow of events describes a single path through the system. It specifies the interactions between the actor and the system for an ideal condition. It represents the most common way that the use case plays out successfully and contains the most common sequence of …

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Conflict Resolution Techniques

Conflict is essentially any sort of disagreement between parties involved in a group. Conflicts are not limited to work place but are a part of our everyday life. They arise when there is a clash of opinions or principles and coming to a consensus becomes an issue. A conflict more …

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Brainstorming Technique

Brainstorming Techniques Brainstorming is supposed to be about harnessing the power of thinking outside the box to solve that impossible problem. Brainstorming is the first step in the exploration phase of a new project, so it’s important to be open to all ideas and possibilities. Problems arise when team members …

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Brainstorming

                             Brainstorming          Objective:-                                                                          It is a technique used for problem-solving, team-building and creative process. It is a way to generate ideas within a group. Generally used at the beginning stages of a project, where the requirements of the project are not clearly understood or defined. It provides a quick …

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Feasibility Study

Feasibility Study A thorough analyses of successful project completion by considering all factors that could possibly affect it is the definition of a Feasibility study, to name a few- economic, technological, legal, scheduling etc. It essentially determines the practicality of an idea, project or a new business. This ensures that …

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STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS

Who is a Stakeholder? Any individual or organization who are actively involved in the project, who can be positively or negatively impacted by the actions of the company, having needs and expectations, and whose interests may be affected as a result of project’s execution or project’s completion. They need to be …

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Conduct Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis is one of the techniques used in the business requirements initiation which is the gathering stage and the first step in requirements engineering which is one of the most important phase in business analysis. Stakeholder is any person, organization or a social group which has a stake in …

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