An overview of essential business analysis techniques: immersion, process analysis, asking questions, root cause analysis and business modelling.
This article recaps what business analysts do when they research, analyze, communicate, and make things happen. For anyone who needs to manage business analysts or wants to become one.
Excerpt: Recap of business analysis outcomes and deliverables – from documented requirements to models, wireframes, and shared understanding of requirements.
Top ten posts on Why Change blog in 2021 with links.
This post explains how and when to use a decision tree to capture business rules, and how to create one. A "how to" video included.
Learning about business problems and needs starts with asking discovery questions. Root cause analysis involves many “why” questions. And requirements validation involves clarifying, detailed questions that test the accuracy, completeness, and logic of our findings. Asking questions is an essential…
A conceptual data model is a structured business view of the data required to support business processes, record business events, and track related performance measures. The main elements of the conceptual model Entity: is a person, organization, object, or concept…