Business Analysis Techniques

Let us discuss and observe what are the Business Analysis Techniques used by the Business Analyst to understand the requirements.

Elicitation Techniques used by Business Analyst.

Requirement Elicitation Techniques As a Business Analyst we need to understand the requirements clearly, to understand the requirements as a Business Analyst we need to use techniques to understand the requirements. Let us observe Business Analyst elicitation techniques. Elicitation is the process of digging out the information from the stakeholders. Requirements Elicitation serves the foundation in documenting the requirements. Elicitation Techniques Let us see here below: Brainstorming Document Analysis Focus groups Observation Workshop JAD (Joint Application Development) Interview Prototyping Questionnaire…

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Stakeholder Management/ Analysis

What is Stakeholder Management/ Analysis

Stakeholder Management/ Analysis Who are Stakeholders:   Who are involving the project directly or indirectly are called as stake holders. Ex: Development Team, Testing Team(QA), client, SME’s and Architect. Stakeholder management is very important to gather the requirements. And as a Business Analyst we have coordinate and arrange multiple meetings and interviews with multiple teams to understand the requirements and to deliver the requirements as per planned schedule. As a business Analyst we are responsible for certain things like, Investigation…

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What are the Tools used by Business Analyst

Tools used by Business Analyst Let us discuss about Tools used by Business Analyst Tools Used by Business Analyst:   Business Analyst needs to use some tools during the project to make stake holders to understand the requirements clearly.  Let us see some of the commonly and important Tools Used by Business Analyst: A complicated BA role, Business Analyst  needs to gather the requirements from the client and he needs to ensure that no requirement should be missed. He should…

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