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...

4 Steps for Considering Project Context

When you ask an analytical person a question, you will rarely get an answer. Instead, their response will likely be in the form of another question. Why is this? Answers depend on context. Context refers to the framework of a situation or event. Even a simple...

#AskAnAnalyst Podcast Episode 18: More Business Analysis Basics

This week, Heather Mylan-Mains and I teamed up for a follow-up on our last episode, Back to Business Analysis Basics. I wanted to get Heather’s opinion first on what she considers business analysis basics and then explain why each is important to the business...

6 Tips to Identify Business Analysis Red Flags

I recently read an article from CIO.com “6 Tips to Identify Project Management Red Flags.” While reading, I couldn’t help but think of business analysis red flags in the same respect. So here’s my take on “6 Tips to Identify Business Analysis Red Flags” to...

Scoping the Project Workshop

Scoping the Project Workshop Request Info Overview This workshop is intended for participants who need more in-depth practice on defining their project scope from the business analysis perspective. Scoping the business area of analysis is the first step in identifying...

Defining Project Objectives Workshop

Defining Project Objectives Workshop Request Info Overview This workshop is intended for participants who need more in-depth practice on identifying and defining their project objectives. Clearly defining the project objectives provides context and reference to the...
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