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What is Root Cause Analysis (RCA) ?

What is Root Cause Analysis? Root Cause Analysis is very important it helps us to understand on below. You may have the doubt that what is root cause analysis and who performs the Root cause Analysis, Let us observe below. What is the issue? How to prevent these types of issues in future? Why this issue occurred? What steps could be taken to not to occur this issue? What are the preventive actions? Getting into the roots helps in removing…

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What are the Advantages of Waterfall Model?

What are the Advantages of Waterfall Model: What are the Advantages of Waterfall Model? Simple and easy to use Easy to manage – each phase has specific deliverable’ s and a review process Phases are processed and completed within scheduled time Works well if requirements are very clear It is one the easiest model to manage. Because of its nature, each phase has specific deliverable’s and a review process. In each phase we will get to know what to deliver and…

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What is Sprint in Agile?

What is Sprint in Agile? Sprint Zero: In this phase all the stakeholders will join in meeting, and we have high level requirements in this phase. Based on the requirements Product backlog will be created Product backlog will have user stories (user stories means Requirements.). Once Product backlog is prepared, there will be 3 activities performed (a) along with core team – Scrum master will conduct story point estimation session. In this session team will discuss on prioritized requirements, how…

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What is Feasibility Study and why it is important?

What is feasibility study? The requirement is feasible or not. Whether it will impact any existing functionalities. Whether this requirement may cause to any performance issues. Whether this requirement fits in the current system or not. What are the dependencies on this requirement? What are the integration points? Any impact on integration points? You can discuss with internal and external stakeholders to understand the requirement clearly, if we not understand requirement clearly, then there is a chance to miss out…

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Who is project Manager & what they do?

Who is Project Manager? Let us discuss and observe who project manager is and what he does in project.  Till now we have discussed the role and responsibilities of Business Analyst in project.  And we may have get doubt as “Business Analyst is handling the project and he is involving in every phase of the software development life cycle. Business Analysts are usually active members of project teams and many business analysis tasks are very similar to project management tasks,…

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What is GAP Analysis and why it is important?

What is GAP Analysis? What is the GAP Analysis and why it is important? GAP means the difference between Current state and future state. Who performed GAP Analysis? This is a process performed by Business Analysts and Project Managers. The difference between the current process and future process is known as GAP. This help us to understand where we are (Current State)  and where do we want to be (Future State)? This helps us to measure investment of time, money…

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Who is insurance Business Analyst and what he does?

Let us discuss and observe what Business Analyst does if Business Analyst works in Insurance domain. As we discussed earlier Business Analyst works in multiple domains, For Example: Banking, Insurance, Telecom, Real estate, Healthcare etc. A Insurance Business Analyst is a business analyst who works in the Insurance domain. BusinessAnalyst on insurance domain also performs the standard business analyst tasks such as Requirements Gathering, Requirements Elicitation, Prepare Documentation, verification, validation and coordinate and support during the UAT in Insurance domain perspective. Business…

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Business Analyst in Banking or Who is Banking Business Analyst?

Let us discuss and observe what Business Analyst does if Business Analyst works in Banking domain. As we discussed earlier Business Analyst works in multiple domains, For Example: Banking, Insurance, Telecom, Real estate, Healthcare etc. A banking business analyst is a business analyst who works in the banking domain. BusinessAnalyst in Banking domain also performs the standard business analyst tasks such as Requirements Gathering, Requirements Elicitation, Prepare Documentation, verification, validation and coordinate and support during the UAT in banking domain perspective. BusinessAnalyst…

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What is Use Case Diagram with Example

How to draw Use Case diagram Business Analysis – Use Case Diagram UseCase diagrams plays very important role, these diagrams help to understand the relationship between user to user and user to system. Like what is the relationship with the user and what are the actions done by the User and how user wants to interact with the system. The focus of this diagram will be on “how external interfaces” (End users, Support systems, Database and internet connectivity to third…

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