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New Post 5/27/2008 3:49 AM
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Costing Specifications 
Modified By srikanth  on 5/27/2008 5:54:06 AM)

Hi

Can any one please help me how to write costing specification and how to evaluate results. I am having an interview who is asking about Costing specification,

Can any one please let me know as quick as possible.

 

Thank you

Srikanth.

 

 
New Post 5/27/2008 4:20 AM
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Re: Costing Specifications 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 5/27/2008 7:38:50 AM)

Hi Srikanth,

Try this link http://www.b2ttraining.com/page/ba-downloads and

download cost to benefit analysis template and just go through it.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Kumar Rohit

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New Post 5/27/2008 5:05 AM
User is offline srikanth
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Re: Costing Specifications 

Thank  you very much, I got an idea how it looks like.

I would be more pleased if i get more links on FAQ in interviews and  more questions on Agile project management,Change management and UML.

Thank you,

Regards,

Srikanth

 

 

 
New Post 5/27/2008 5:51 AM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Costing Specifications 

Hi Srikanth,

Here are some resources on interviews:

Interview Questions for the Business Analyst

Interviewing Tips for the Business Analyst

- Adrian


Adrian Marchis
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