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Perfect Requirements

In this blog post, James Christie starts from the fact that perfect requirements don’t exist to discuss the idea that the quality of requirements is directly influenced by the time and money you invest in crafting them.

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Making a Good Business Analyst Great

Wondering how to step up your business analyst career, and take on responsibilities of your appointed tasks with professionalism, enthusiasm and efficiency? Learn what makes a good business analyst, a GREAT business analyst, with pointers and guidance from an industry professional.

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Clarifiying the Role of Business Analysts

In this article, Trent Wong discusses how well the Business Analyst’s role is defined in organization. He starts by saying that the Business Analyst is a key success factor for software development projects. You need him to getting the requirements list properly, effectively communicating them to management and translating the requirements so the developers can […]

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Essential Skills for the Business Analyst

We can all agree that the Business Analyst collaborates with business stakeholders throughout the organization to ensure high quality, on-time deliverables and seamless communication. A key element of a Business Analyst’s proficiency is being aware of the array of techniques, tools, and deliverables that are available and selecting the ones that are appropriate to a […]

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Do Agile Needs Business Analysts?

There is no business analyst role in the Scrum Agile project management framework. Based on this fact and some perceptions about Agile, Roland Hesz tries to answer the questions “Do we need a business analyst on an agile project? Are there Agile business analysts?”.

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Goals Oriented Requirements

Collaborating on deriving scope from goals is undoubtedly the most controversial topic in this book. In the last five years, the surge in popularity of value chains in software development has increased awareness of the idea of collaborating on scope and deriving it from business goals.

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