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Business Analyst Elicitation Techniques.

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. Requirement elicitation is the process of digging out the information from the stakeholders. Requirements Elicitation serves the foundation in documenting the requirements. Let us see here below: Brainstorming Document Analysis Focus groups Observation Workshop JAD (Joint Application Development) Interview Prototyping Questionnaire (Survey) FAQ’s

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Business Analyst Challenges:

Business Analyst Challenges Here I am listing down the real time challenges faced by the Business Analyst. There can be other challenges but here I am mentioning few which are facing by the Business Analyst in day to day life. I believe it may enough when you are trying a fresher, one or two experience. Frequently changing requirements Freeze requirements Coordination with developers and testers Change management-with respect to cost and time lines              Drive UAT phase – on time…

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Business Analyst Role in Product based Company

Business Analyst Role in Product based company: When Business Analyst is working in product-based company, then he needs to understand the product of the company, like how it works and functionality of the product. Then only he can able to provide the suitable solutions to client. If Business Analyst not have the enough knowledge on his own product then he can’t convince the stake holders. Because of this stake holders may lose the confidence on the Business Analyst. If you…

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Documents prepared by the Business Analyst during the SDLC

Documents prepared by the Business Analyst: Let us see here documents created by the Business Analyst during the project. Business Analyst will prepare so many documents as per Company standards; here we will see what the documents are mostly created by the Business Analyst during the project life cycle. These documents are created to fulfill the various project needs and cater to audiences belonging to different spheres of a project. As we know Business Analyst primary and most important role…

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Stakeholder Management/ Analysis

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. 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 of requirements Elicitation of requirements Analyzing the requirements Communicating…

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Tools used by Business Analyst

Tools used by Business Analyst Tools Used by the 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 used tools used by the 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 prepare the specifications very carefully, because development team…

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Teams and Departments in Company

Teams and Departments in Company I feel it is important to understand different teams at high level.There will be different teams in a software company, let us see Teams and departments in company in high level. Pre-sales Team: Sales, marketing team:  Presales Business analyst team and sales heads will interact with different clients to get the software project; this team is backbone of any company, because without this team will not get projects, without projects company can’t survive. Will discuss…

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Agile vs Waterfall

Differences between waterfall and Agile Methodology / Agile vs Waterfall To understand what are the differences between waterfall methodology (Agile vs Waterfall) and Agile Methodology, first we will understand what are the advantages and disadvantages of these methodologies then we will look into Agile vs Waterfall. Advantages of Waterfall Methodology (Model): https://www.bacareers.in/sdlc-waterfall/ 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…

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Difference between waterfall and Agile Methodologies

Difference between waterfall and Agile Methodologies Advantages of Waterfall Model: 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 when to deliver. Faster delivery of the project Process and results are well documented and documentation plays important role in Waterfall methodology. Easily adaptable method for shifting teams. This project management methodology is useful to manage dependencies.…

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