Category: B.2 – Perform the elicitation

A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

45 – Survey or Questionnaire

A survey or questionnaire is a research method used to gather information from a group of people. Surveys are a common technique used in business analysis to collect data and insights about a business, its processes, and its stakeholders.

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29 – Mind Mapping

Mind mapping is a visual thinking and brainstorming technique used to generate, organize, and communicate ideas. It involves creating a diagram that shows the relationships between different ideas, concepts, or pieces of information.

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

25 – Interviews

An interview is a method of gathering information from someone through verbal communication. In business analysis, interviews are a common technique used to collect data and insights about a business, its processes, and its stakeholders.

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B.2 - Perform the elicitation

21 – Focus Groups

A focus group is a qualitative research technique used to gather insights and opinions about a particular topic or issue. It is a type of group interview, in which a moderated discussion is held with a small, homogeneous group of participants who are selected based on certain characteristics.

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B.2 - Perform the elicitation

11 – Concept Modelling

Concept modeling is a process of creating a visual representation of a concept or idea. This can be done using diagrams, charts, or other visual tools to communicate the concept in a clear and concise manner.

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10 – Collaborative Games

Collaborative games or workshops aim at promoting cooperation within your team and provides it with a common goal so that all the members participating in the game can work together.

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09 – Business Rules Analysis

Business rules analysis is the process of identifying and examining the rules that govern a business, organization, or system. This process is typically used to understand how a business operates and to identify potential areas for improvement.

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05 – Brainstorming

The brainstorming process is devised in 1940 by advertising executive Alex Osborn who believed that there were two main factors contributing to the creation of ideas: deferral of judgment and reaching out for quantity (and not quality).

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