One of the best parts in BABOK is its requirements classification schema. BABOK describes four types of requirements and that’s very useful in understanding the evolution of requirements in business analysis practice.
Burn down charts are one of the artefacts used in Agile projects frequently. However burn down charts have limitations. In this article, I am going to look at scenarios – when burn down charts fail to tell the full story?
In this blog post, we are going to provide a step-by-step approach on – how to prepare and pass CBAP certification exam.
In this article, I am going to explain AAC Exam pattern. What kind of questions are expected and which are the topics to be studied for the exam?
This is the third and the concluding part of the SQL tutorial for business analysts. In the first part of this SQL tutorial for Business analysts, you learnt about the basics of a database system and SQL. In the second part of this SQL tutorial for business analysts, you learnt about INSERT, DELETE and CREATE TABLE commands.
In this concluding part, you are going to learn about SELECT command.
Use case model is arguably the most used requirements model in the IT industry. Its simple to use and a visual model. But do we make it correctly? What are the top use case mistakes we should avoid?
What is the role of an Agile business analyst? Is the role of a business analyst in Agile projects different than that in waterfall projects? We will examine the role in details.
What is the role of an entry level business analyst in the IT industry? This will enable you to prepare yourself better for the role
How to write effective user stories? User story is a powerful technique to capture early stage requirements. User stories capture the WHO, WHAT & WHY …
This article lists down a list of free business analyst training online. These courses are mostly video based except one of the them, which is text based.