Category Archives: Business Analysis

Business Analyst UAT Tasks Part I

User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is a beast, we all know that, and during this process business analysts execute numerous UAT tasks based on the type of projects, duration and organizational standards. Solution Validation: Validate that solution meets the Business Requirements … Continue reading

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If It Was an Effective Meeting You Took Good Notes

If it was an effective meeting you took good notes…or is it because you took notes, it was an effective meeting? Either way, good note taking skills are imperative. Have you ever been in a meeting or conference call where … Continue reading

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Proven Strategies for Controlling Scope Creep

Picture the scenario: You’re the BA on an implementation project. Everything is going well and milestones are being met. All stakeholders are happy. Then, all of a sudden, a stakeholders tells you that the system just HAS to do something … Continue reading

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Review of Mastering the Requirements Process Third Edition

Book Review Mastering the Requirements Process: Getting Requirements Right (3rd Edition)Price: $43.86Publication Date: 2013* *Amazon’s page lists August 2012 as the Publication Date but my edition arrived 2 days ago and the Copyright clearly indicates 2013. My Initial Thoughts: I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Business Analyst Tools Part I

As an on-going attempt to identify the Business Analyst Tools most commonly need, I’m starting a list. I’ll post more tools over time but feel strongly that this list is only as strong as the comments and contributions of readers that … Continue reading

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