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First Things First: Get the Business Analysis Basics in Place

While we can debate about best and better practices for eliciting, analyzing, and documenting requirements, many organizations have yet to adopt a requirements practice at all. When they do so, they will have the opportunity to realize significant benefits.

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Laura Brandenburg
The Three Essential Elements of Business Analysis

No question is more ripe for debate than “What is a business analyst?” While I contend we’ve been doing business analysis since the very first human organizations were consciously formed, business analysis as a formal profession has emerged much more recently and has three essential elements.

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Laura Brandenburg
Using Your Business Analysis Skills to Set Career Goals

As change professionals, it’s easy to neglect career development in the rush to finish projects and “get stuff done.” Why not use the business analysis tools and techniques that you use on projects to help plan your career development? Adrian Reed offers tips for using your BA skills to set goals.

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Adrian Reed
What Is a Requirement?

When considering the various definitions of the term "requirement" and the application of each, it is equally important to have a definition in mind that can be easily recalled and referenced.

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Laura Brandenburg