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Business Analysis Quick Start Guide

Business Analysis Quick Start Guide
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Author: DeEtta Jennings-Balthazar
Paperback: 44 pages 
ISBN-13: 978-0557420193  

 In today's diverse and rapidly changing world of software development, the Business Analyst need to be equipped with tools that allows them to elicit, analyze, communicate and validate requirements. This book is the first book of the e-Analyst Redbook series. It was developed as a step-by-step guide that will walk you through business analysis activities from the analysis phase of the project through the implementation phase. This book gives an overview of business analyst skills, overview of SDLC, interview questions and checklist, custom templates to develop documentations and much more. With its graphical examples and illustrations the Business Analyst will have the necessary tools to effectively conduct business analysis.

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