Want to make sure you’ve dotted all your i’s and crossed all your t’s before and after facilitating a requirements workshop? Use these templates to ensure you are not only prepared, but walk away from the sessions with completed objectives.
Having trouble accomplishing your goals during meetings? This template can be copied and pasted into your meeting invitation. Includes usage suggestions to guide you on the information needed to ensure you adequately set meeting expectations and that you and your team are prepared.
Nothing happens without decisions. As a business analysis professional, it is your job to facilitate decision making. Use these templates to plan and track your project decisions.
Defining your collaborative model is invaluable, easy to orchestrate, and doesn’t take much time. This template includes usage suggestions for your team to ensure roles are communicated, expectations and handoffs between roles are discussed and each team member’s contribution is known.
A business case presents the justification for a project based on feasibility and a cost/benefit analysis. This template includes an executive summary and example tables for presenting costs and benefits.
Why consider using a template for COTS research and RFPs? Evaluating COTS packages is challenging! Take the time to make the LIST using this template to identify your solution requirements and how your vendors stack up against them.
Did we build the right thing? Did we build the thing right? These are two questions that BAs need to be able to answer as they collaborate with their teams to create a solution. Use these templates to help with requirements validation including test plans, test cases, and defect reporting.
Tools for data, processes, business rules, and external agents/actors. This template puts all these tools into one document, and organizes it into sections for business requirements, stakeholder requirements, and functional requirements.
Take a proactive approach to evaluate your team members from an analytical perspective. We’ve compiled a list of analytical tasks and techniques to determine your team’s range of skills and levels of proficiency as well as identify your team’s analysis skills gaps.