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Brainstorming Techniques used by Business Analysts are as follows:
1) Brainstorming
2) Document Analysis
3) JAD
4) Prototyping
5) Questionaries'
6) Interviewing
7) Observation
8) Reverse Engineering
9) Focus Group

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A Gantt chart, commonly used in project management, is one of the most popular and useful ways of showing activities (tasks or events) displayed against time. On the left of the chart is a list of the activities and along the top is a suitable time scale. Each activity is represented by a bar; the position and length of the bar reflects the start date, duration and end date of the activity. This allows you to see at a glance:
What the various activities are
When each activity begins and ends
How long each activity is scheduled to last
Where activities overlap with other activities, and by how much
The start and end date of the whole project
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Timesheet
« Last post by Devabrat on January 28, 2022, 11:05:56 am »
Can anyone explain What i need to do do this question:
Please share Sample Timesheets of a BA in various SDLC Stages RG, RA, Design, D1, T1, D2,T2, D3, T3, D4, T4 and UAT, Deployment n Implementation
➢ RG Timesheet of a BA
➢ RA Timesheet of a BA
➢ Design Timesheet of a BA
➢ Development Timesheet of a BA
➢ Testing Timesheet of a BA
➢ UAT Timesheet of a BA
➢ Deployment n Implementation Timesheet of a BA
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: use case actors
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 04:11:39 pm »
An Actor is the person who begins a system action. Actors might range from individuals who are system users to organisations and systems themselves. They are the system's primary initiators.
The primary actor is the one who starts the process or action; the others are subsidiary actors.
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: SQL
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 04:09:43 pm »
its required you to perfect in it but you understand the basics of the sql. you have the idea about the objects what is data mapping and how does a object get stored in the table.   
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: BRD
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 04:05:18 pm »
it is the risk that will effect the product due to the policy change from the government   
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: Change request
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 03:10:34 pm »
When a BA is working on any Project he has to be ready to expect for a change. The client may raise a Change Request at any stage of the project, it may be at the very initial stage or it may be at the final stage.

When a client request for a change, firstly BA has to understand the reason for the change and how the change will impact the project.

Secondly, the BA has to understand the effort required to implement the change. It is very important to analyze the impact on the project. As BA has to evaluate the resources that will be incurred for the change i.e., time, staff, money.

BA has to get an Approval or rejection of the change before he can actually implement the Change Request. He has to get the approval from the change manage or the project manager to move further.

If the change request is complex then the Developing team will increase the scope of the project drastically, which may also have an increase in resources, time and money. Ba has to validate the impact of the change with the Stakeholders and all the Team members.

Ba has to go through the change request in 3 different stages. Which are,

Feasibility Stage
If the change is worth the investment. To accept or reject the change.

Impact Analysis
What are all the changes going to be made to the project.

Effort Estimation
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: User Stories
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 01:20:24 pm »
user stories are the requirement of the client  or the features that need to present in application. 
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: JIRA
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 01:18:32 pm »
JIRA can be a lot more useful for project management teams. It is highly compatible, and one can configure it with any type of project. The compatible nature of JIRA is what made it popular in the market. For project management teams, JIRA provides tons of project templates to choose form. A team can even create their own templates on which they can be designed their own workflow. The software tracks make sure that all the pieces of work pass through the workflow so that all the steps are completed. Moreover, the admins can even get to see who is doing what type of task in the project and accordingly track the progress of the task. The project templates provided by JIRA store everything, from reports, workflow, and even track progress. This makes it comfortable for the project manager to view everything at a single place and point out the things that need to be done.
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Business Analyst Concepts Discussion / Re: Relationships in Use Case diagram
« Last post by 12131122207 on January 27, 2022, 01:16:55 pm »
1. Companionship (i) Has a one-way interaction with the unary
(ii) Binary- There is a two-way relationship in binary.
(iii) Multiplicity-It indicates how many objects in one class are related to a single object in the linked class.
(iv) Reflexive-Reflexive association occurs when a class has objects that perform many functions.
2. Generalization- The link between the generic and specialised classes. Humans and animals, for example, are both living entities.
3. Aggregation- It is the relationship between the?parts? and the?whole? Even if the entire dies, a component of it lives on. Take, for example, the computer system that we have at home.
4. Composition is the sum of the elements and their interrelationship. Along with the whole, the portion dies.
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