Business Analysis Checklists

Streamline Your Analysis Efforts

Checklists have been developed in business and across many industries for greater efficiency, consistency and safety. This is especially true for those working in business analysis. As naturally detail-oriented people, it can be easy to get ‘in the weeds’ and miss something important. Use these business analysis checklists to ensure your work is complete and you haven’t missing anything.

The power of a checklist can also be better understood by reading the Checklist Manifesto. Our business analysis checklists may not save lives, but they may save your project or improve your efficiency.

Ask the Right Questions Checklist

You’ve been handed a project, where do you start? What questions do you ask? Use this list of a critical questions to help you get started in your analysis efforts. More info.

Business Analyst Career Checklist

This checklist is an extension to one of our blog posts, A Monthly Guide to Becoming a Better Business Analysis Professional, in which Kupe details a 12-month plan to become a better business analysis professional. More info.

Excellent Requirements Checklist

Your unique responsibility as a BA is to write and communicate excellent requirements. Excellent requirements leave no room for interpretation, create or cause for confusion and omit no critical detail. Ensure your requirements are excellent and possess these 10 characteristics. More info.

Maximize Your User Training Checklist

Since 2000, we have gathered many successful approaches for maximizing training. To help you ensure your own project implementation success, we’ve compiled these proven and innovated ideas into a checklist . Use this checklist to track your user training implementation to-dos. More info.

Solution Completeness Checklist

We all know it’s easy to get excited about a solution. Use this checklist as a quick reminder of key factors that should be reviewed before moving ahead. More info.

Strategy Analysis Checklist

The work included in the scope of strategy analysis is becoming more critical as business analysis projects become more integrated and complex. Use this checklist to evaluate your strategy analysis output and identify possible information gaps, or unknowns. More info.

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