In previous articles, I have discussed how Business Analysis has suffered an identity crisis of sorts. But if there's one area which people think is core to Business Analysis, it is most likely summed up by the Elicitation and Collaboration Knowledge Area. You'd think I'd be cheering for that. Not quite. BABOK V3 Business Analysis … Continue reading BACCM: Impact on Knowledge Area 2. Elicitation and Collaboration
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In 2015, IIBA published it's Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) v3, which places a high emphasis on developing the BA Core Concept Model (BACCM). The BACCM is a significant part of testing for certification. So to better understand the BACCM and how it relates to the Knowledge Areas, I will attempt to explain how … Continue reading BACCM: Impact on Knowledge Area 1. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
Planning There are multiple ways you can look at planning, and each may apply to each Horizon. Here are a few that have been applied over the years. I’m sure there are others. Types of Planning Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide – pg. 3 First, there’s Iterative Planning. Any discussion about Agile has to mention … Continue reading Role of Agile Analysis
A brief overview of Agile Analysis and it's impact on planning throughout the organization.
Welcome back to part 3 of the Basics of Agile series, where I focus on Agile from a Business Analysis perspective. This article introduces the Principles of Agile Business Analysis. These principles are detailed in the Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide (Agile Extension) from IIBA. This book, as the title suggests, is an addition to the BABOK®, also known … Continue reading Basics of Agile part 3 – The Principles of Agile Business Analysis