BABOK® v3 Guide Chapter 1

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Welcome to this internationally recognized guide. There is valuable information in each chapter aimed at raising professionalism in the business analysis community.

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  • What is Business Analysis?
    is the practice of enabling change in an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders
  • Who is a Business Analyst?
    is any person who performs business analysis tasks described in the BABOK® Guide, no matter their job title or organizational role.
  • How is the BABOK® Guide structured?
    Structure of the BABOK® Guide
  • What is a Task?
    is a discreet piece of work that may be performed formally or informally as part of business analysis.
  • What is an Underlying Competency?
    ... reflect knowledge, skills, behaviours, characteristics, and personal qualities that help one successfully perform the role of the business analyst
  • What structure do Techniques have?
    Purpose • Description • Elements • Usage Considerations

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  • Key Terms align all the concepts Business Analysts need to know?
  • Business analysis is performed on a variety of initiatives within an enterprise. Initiatives may be strategic, tactical, or operational.
  • Business analysis can be performed from a diverse array of perspectives.
  • Business analysts do not play a role in aligning the designed and delivered solutions against the needs of stakeholders.
  • RADD: describes the tasks that business analysts perform to structure and organize requirements discovered during elicitation activities

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  • Requirement Classification Schema
  • Perspectives
  • Stakeholders
  • Techniques

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