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New Post 12/9/2014 9:04 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: Entry Level BA 
If you have Microsoft Office installed, you can use Publisher ....  





 

 
New Post 12/23/2014 8:47 PM
User is offline SAQIB AZIZ
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In the real world, business analysts often have to go the extra mile to elicit requirements, regardless of the circumstances. Despite the difficulty of identifying these elusive requirements, business analysts are expected to rise up to the challenge - every single time.

This post outlines some of the steps that can be taken to ensure that accurate requirements are elicited:

1. Use a scribe this involves facilitation and interviewing.

2. To avoid curiosity business analyst should also ask  questions openly to verify the answer. 

3. The business analyst should also confirm the out put of elicitation session and this should be done right after meeting the stakeholder to confirm the conversation is still fresh in everyone's mind

4. Business analyst should also use the Prototype . Prototypes and wire frames are most effective tool to stimulate the discussion specially in conflict requirements

5. Trace requirement is another tool for eliciting the requirement from the business this make sure every requested feature or requirement links back to a specific business objective .

Hopefully this will help you!! 

Feel free to pass your comments

 
New Post 12/24/2014 6:48 AM
User is offline NitWitNick
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" I would love to stay in contact with you if you are a BA"

Sorry, I don't call myself any one thing. I am a Jack-Of-All-Trades Consultant for the last 30+ Years ... anything from Heads-Down development to Project Management (PMP) ... whatever I need to do on a project.

If you need an answer to something, Post It ...  there are plenty of people here that can help.

 
New Post 1/30/2015 6:40 PM
User is offline chaitanya
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Hi Mohammad,

If you want to gain basic knowledge and gain internationally recognized then you must go for IIBA certification.It's recognized worldwide and will definitely help you during initial phase of your career. 

 

 
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