Requirements Analysis Techniques Listing

Requirements Analysis Techniques Listing Most Widely Used Techniques Request Info Requirements analysis is the tasks that an analyst performs to structure and organize requirements, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, identify...

The Unofficial Guide to Process Flow Chart Symbols

The primary technique in Business Process Modeling (BPM) is the creation of flow charts and proper use of process flow chart symbols. But first, let me back up to the official definition of business process modeling and a few facts to level set the conversation....

Business Analyst Resources

Business Analyst Resources Free Downloads, References and Recommendations Request Info As a business analysis training company, our goal is to not only provide the best training in the industry but to also help our students and other business analysts beyond the...

Breaking Requirements Down Into Core Components Workshop

Breaking Requirements Down Into Core Components Workshop Request Info Overview Have you ever looked at notes you took during an elicitation session, and then asked yourself: “Now What?” Have you documented paragraphs of information in your requirements documents, but...

Select the Right Business Analysis Technique Workshop

Select the Right Business Analysis Technique Workshop Request Info Overview This is a structured session designed to help analysts critically think about the how to select the best business analysis technique and related tools to use for their project requirements....

What is a RACI?

I first heard the term RACI in the late 90’s. An Oil Company in town, gathered together all of the vendors (I worked for one of them at the time), and provided information of their new procedures and policies, and one of these was the RACI document. RACI stands for...

There Is No Such Thing As Best Practice

I get the opportunity to interact with a lot of people and teams trying to figure out the intersection of analysis and agile, and through the course of those interactions I get a lot of questions such as “who does what in agile?”, or “what does agile ‘say’ about...

Why Use Business Analysis Templates at All?

Templates are not the answer, but they are the question. What do I mean by this? They will not solve all your problems by themselves, but they will help you find the problems. Even if your organization has standard templates, there’s no law stating you cannot...

User Stories

As I hear more and more BAs talking about user stories I feel the need to begin a dialogue on our blog. User stories have been promoted by the iterative and agile software development approaches as a quick way to elicit and document user requirements. Some BAs are...
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