Category: F.4 – Evaluate the company limits

E.1 - Specify and modelling

39 – RACI Matrix

The RACI matrix is a tool that can be used to identify and visualize the roles and responsibilities of every member of a project or process. In addition, a RACI matrix allows you to map the activities, to visually determine “who does what”, and to define the size of the project as well as its scope.

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

45 – Survey or Questionnaire

We are familiar with rules in our lives. They are in our legal system, our games, our family, and of course business.

​According to BABOK, Business rules is a specific, practicable, testable directive that is under the control of the business. It serves as a criterion guiding behavior, shaping judgments, or making decisions

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

38 – Risk Analysis and Management

We are familiar with rules in our lives. They are in our legal system, our games, our family, and of course business.

​According to BABOK, Business rules is a specific, practicable, testable directive that is under the control of the business. It serves as a criterion guiding behavior, shaping judgments, or making decisions

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

27 – Lessons Learned

We are familiar with rules in our lives. They are in our legal system, our games, our family, and of course business.

​According to BABOK, Business rules is a specific, practicable, testable directive that is under the control of the business. It serves as a criterion guiding behavior, shaping judgments, or making decisions

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

26 – Item Tracking

We are familiar with rules in our lives. They are in our legal system, our games, our family, and of course business.

​According to BABOK, Business rules is a specific, practicable, testable directive that is under the control of the business. It serves as a criterion guiding behavior, shaping judgments, or making decisions

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

25 – Interviews

We are familiar with rules in our lives. They are in our legal system, our games, our family, and of course business.

​According to BABOK, Business rules is a specific, practicable, testable directive that is under the control of the business. It serves as a criterion guiding behavior, shaping judgments, or making decisions

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C.3 - Prioritise the requirements

16 – Decision Analysis

Decision analysis (often called ‘’DA’’) is a quantitative and systematic evaluation of the choices that need to be made. It supports decisions with technical reasoning and related evidence, as well as other elements like Management, training, economics, and physiological.

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A.1 - Plan Business Analysis Approach

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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D.1 - Analyse the current state

46 – SWOT Analysis

The SWOT matrix (or analysis) is a strategic planning tool based on four factors- Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, distributed as such.

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