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Business Analysis. What is Business Analysis?. Business Analysis means identifying the needs of business and to find out best solutions for business problems. Some solutions that include in business analysis are: System Development Component, Process Improvement, Policy Development, and

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Business analysis

Business Analysis


What is business analysis

What is Business Analysis?

  • Business Analysis means identifying the needs of business and to find out best solutions for business problems. Some solutions that include in business analysis are:

    • System Development Component,

    • Process Improvement,

    • Policy Development, and

    • Strategic Planning.


Business analyst ba

Business Analyst (BA)

  • The worker who does this task is known as Business Analyst (BA). The Business Analyst those work alone on developing the software systems may be called with various names such as:

    • IT Business Analysis,

    • System Analysts,

    • Technical Business Analysts, or

    • Online Business Analysts.


Role of business analyst

Role of Business Analyst

  • The Business Analysts has three specialized activities in business analysis such as:

    • Strategist,

    • System Analyst, and

    • Architect.


Techniques in business analysis

Techniques in Business Analysis

  • The Business Analyst has different techniques in business analysis to facilitate business change. Some of them include:

    • PESTLE

    • HEPTALYSIS

    • MOST

    • SWOT

    • 6 Thinking hats of de Bono

    • 5 Why’s

    • MoSCow

    • VPEC-T


Pestle

PESTLE

  • Used for performing External Environmental Analysis.

    • P – Political

    • E – Economic

    • S – Sociological

    • T – Technological

    • L – Legal

    • E – Environmental


Heptalysis

HEPTALYSIS

  • It is used to perform overall analysis of Early Stage Business on 7 categories. They are:

    • Human Capital

    • Execution Plan

    • Product

    • Market opportunity

    • Financial Engine

    • Margin of safety

    • Potential return


Business analysis

MOST

  • Used for performing Internal Environmental Analysis.

    • M – Mission

    • O – Objective

    • S – Strategies

    • T – Tactics


Business analysis

SWOT

  • Used for identifying threats in both external and internal.

    • S – Strengths

    • W – Weakness

    • O – Opportunities

    • T – Threats


6 thinking hats of de bono

6 Thinking hats of de Bono

  • Used for generating brainstorm session and to analyze options and ideas.

    • Green – Emotional and Creative.

    • White – Logical and Pure facts.

    • Black – Devil’s Advocate and Negative.

    • Blue – Control and Cold.

    • Red – Emotional.

    • Yellow – Positive and Bright.


5 why s

5 Why’s

  • Used to know what is going on in a single example.

  • The primary goal of the technique is to determine the root cause of a defect or problem.


Moscow

MoSCoW

  • M – Must Have.

  • S – Should Have.

  • C – Could Have.

  • W – Would be willing to have in future.


Vpec t

VPEC-T

  • Used to analyze the multiple parties expectations.

    • V – Values.

    • P – Policies.

    • E – Events.

    • C – Contents.


Business process improvement

Business Process Improvement

  • The Business Process Improvement includes six major steps:

    • Process Analysis Training,

    • Selection of Process Teams and Leader,

    • Process Documentation,

    • Process Analysis Interview,

    • Problem Analysis, and

    • Review Cycle.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • The ultimate goal of business analysis is to

    • reduce waste,

    • create best solutions,

    • improve efficiency,

    • complete projects on time, and

    • document right requirements.


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