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User is offline NiravP
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SRD 

Hello Everyone,

I'm new to the field of BA and would like to make a career. I'm currently under coaching and have various assingments to do. I was lookig  for some help here on how to write a SRD. Suggestions welcome.

 
New Post 8/13/2022 6:24 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: SRD 

Hi Nirav,

Welcome to the Modern Analyst community to the BA career!

The first place I would start is to ask within your current organization whether they have an establish standard or template for the SRD.  At least as for what, they consider, some good examples of SRD from past projets - since you are being asked to create an SRD, I'm assuming it's a common practice where you work.

Beyond that, here are a few good resources from ModernAnalyst.com:

Hope this helps!

Adrian

 NiravP wrote

Hello Everyone,

I'm new to the field of BA and would like to make a career. I'm currently under coaching and have various assingments to do. I was lookig  for some help here on how to write a SRD. Suggestions welcome.


Adrian Marchis
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