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New Post 4/13/2009 7:47 AM
User is offline Ahmad_Hammoud
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professional business analysts believe  


Some professional business analysts believe that business analysis can be broken down into six major knowledge areas:
Enterprise analysis focuses on understanding the needs of the business as a whole, its strategic direction, and identifying initiatives that will allow a business to meet those strategic goals.
Requirements planning and management involves planning the requirements development process, determining which requirements are the highest priority for implementation, and managing change.
Requirements elicitation describes techniques for collecting requirements from stakeholders in a project.
Requirements analysis describes how to develop and specify requirements in enough detail to allow them to be successfully implemented by a project team.
Requirements communication describes techniques for ensuring that stakeholders have a shared understanding of the requirements and how they will be implemented.
Solution assessment and validation describes how the business analyst can verify the correctness of a proposed solution, how to support the implementation of a solution, and how to assess possible shortcomings in the implementation.
New Post 10/20/2009 6:11 PM
User is offline Tom Miller, CSPO
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Re: professional business analysts believe  

Your point would be?

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