Category: D.2 – Define the future state

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.2 - Plan Stakeholder Engagement

29 – Mind Mapping

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.5 - Identify improvements

28 – Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

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

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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D.2 - Define the future state

17 – Decision Modelling

Decision modelling shows how repeatable business decisions are made.

Decision models present how data and knowledge are combined to make a specific decision (simple or complex).

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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

20 – Financial Analysis

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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A.2 - Plan Stakeholder Engagement

09 – Business Rules Analysis

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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