Implementing process and system changes to an organization requires fully analyzing the business to enable careful planning. The globally recognized standards of practice in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK), guide the business analyst in the proper analytics to ensure that the needs of the organization are well understood so that solutions are designed to meet those needs. In this course, you'll learn about the final tasks in the requirements analysis and design definition knowledge area. Defining a requirements architecture, defining design options, and analyzing potential value and recommending solutions.
Fundamental Business Analysis Concepts
- define business analysis
- identify business analyst activities and responsibilities
- recognize the value of business analysis
- identify the six business analysis knowledge areas
- recognize the six core business analysis concepts
- identify examples of project team stakeholders
- identify examples of external project stakeholders
- distinguish between requirement classifications
Understanding Requirements and Designs
- distinguish between characteristics of requirements and designs
- recognize activities in the requirements and design cycle
- demonstrate your understanding of foundational concepts related to the field of business analysis
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