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BABOK : a guide to the business analysis body of knowledge

Author: International Institute of Business Analysis,
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Canada : International Institute of Business Analysis, 2015. ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : V3, Version 3.0View all editions and formats
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The only globally recognized standard of practice for business analysis. Developed through a rigorous consensus-driven standards process, the BABOK(r) Guide incorporates the collective wisdom and experience of experts in the field from around the world. Previous editions have guided hundreds of thousands of professionals in their work, and it has been adopted by hundreds of enterprises as the basis of their business  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: International Institute of Business Analysis,
ISBN: 9781927584026 1927584027
OCLC Number: 909921379
Notes: Includes index.
Description: vi, 502 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Business analysis key concepts --
Business analysis planning and monitoring --
Elicitation and collaboration --
Requirements life cycle management --
Strategy analysis --
Requirements analysis and design definition --
Solution evaluation --
Underlying competencies --
Techniques --
Perspectives.
Responsibility: International Institute of Business Analysis.

Abstract:

The only globally recognized standard of practice for business analysis. Developed through a rigorous consensus-driven standards process, the BABOK(r) Guide incorporates the collective wisdom and experience of experts in the field from around the world. Previous editions have guided hundreds of thousands of professionals in their work, and it has been adopted by hundreds of enterprises as the basis of their business analysis practice. This latest version of the guide extends its scope beyond business analysis in projects to address agile development, business process management, business intelligence, and business architecture. This thoroughly revised and updated version includes: A concept model that unifies ideas and terminology across business analysis disciplines. Restructured knowledge areas to support business analysis at every level from small tactical initiatives to major business transformations. Five perspectives covering the most prominent business analysis disciplines and demonstrating how to apply the knowledge areas in different situations. Coverage of new business analysis techniques that have gained wide acceptance in the community. Updated and revised content in every knowledge area and more!

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