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  • 1. What is Business AnalystWhat is Business Analyst IIBA Definition of a Business Analyst:IIBA Definition of a Business Analyst: Business Analysts are responsible for identifying business needs.Business Analysts are responsible for identifying business needs. The Business Analyst is responsible for requirements development andThe Business Analyst is responsible for requirements development and requirements management. Specifically, the Business Analyst elicits, analyzes,requirements management. Specifically, the Business Analyst elicits, analyzes, validates and documents business, organizational and/or operationalvalidates and documents business, organizational and/or operational requirements.  Solutions are not predetermined by the Business Analyst, but arerequirements.  Solutions are not predetermined by the Business Analyst, but are driven solely by the requirements of the business.  Solutions often include adriven solely by the requirements of the business.  Solutions often include a systems development component, but may also consist of process improvementsystems development component, but may also consist of process improvement or organizational change.or organizational change. The Business Analyst is a key facilitator within an organization, acting as a bridgeThe Business Analyst is a key facilitator within an organization, acting as a bridge between the client, stakeholders and the solution team.between the client, stakeholders and the solution team. Business Analysis is distinct from financial analysis, project management, qualityBusiness Analysis is distinct from financial analysis, project management, quality assurance, organizational development, testing, training and documentationassurance, organizational development, testing, training and documentation development.development. International Institute for Business AnalysisInternational Institute for Business Analysis http://www.iiba.comhttp://www.iiba.com
  • 2. • Usually assigned to the project after it has startedUsually assigned to the project after it has started • Responsible for bridging the gap between the Business and ITResponsible for bridging the gap between the Business and IT • Learn the business inside and outLearn the business inside and out • Essentially the architect of effective business systemsEssentially the architect of effective business systems • Job title, definition and responsibilities viewed inconsistently acrossJob title, definition and responsibilities viewed inconsistently across the industrythe industry Business Technology
  • 3. Business Analyst Working DomainsBusiness Analyst Working Domains • Banking & financialBanking & financial • InsuranceInsurance • Health careHealth care • HRMHRM • TelecomTelecom • AirlineAirline • Marketing or manufacturingMarketing or manufacturing BA is going to work on different domains depends uponBA is going to work on different domains depends upon company projectscompany projects insurance telecom banking healthcare HRM
  • 4. EXAMPLEEXAMPLE CEAT Company is a clientCEAT Company is a client Business AnalystBusiness Analyst client It company IBM T-MOBILE GATHERING REQUIREMENTS Design developers Testing engineers
  • 5. • In above diagram for example, client want to built his intranet HomeIn above diagram for example, client want to built his intranet Home page for his internal collaboration and communication between theirpage for his internal collaboration and communication between their employees.employees. • As a BA we are going to interact with the clients and gatherAs a BA we are going to interact with the clients and gather requirements.requirements. • Prepare the BRD documentPrepare the BRD document • Business Requirement DocumentBusiness Requirement Document • Work flowsWork flows • Wire framesWire frames • Use case documents and diagramsUse case documents and diagrams • Test case documentTest case document • UAT & Function test caseUAT & Function test case
  • 6. Structure of BRDStructure of BRD • IntroductionIntroduction • Project over viewProject over view • ScopeScope • Functional requirementsFunctional requirements  RequirementsRequirements  Use case documentsUse case documents  Use case diagramsUse case diagrams  HIPO chartsHIPO charts • Non functional requirementsNon functional requirements  QualityQuality  PerformancePerformance  HardwareHardware  SoftwareSoftware  SecuritySecurity • Data base requirementsData base requirements • RtmRtm
  • 7. BRD DocumentBRD Document • BRD should be converted into function requirement documentBRD should be converted into function requirement document • FRD functional requirement document (how the functionality ofFRD functional requirement document (how the functionality of system is working which we are developing)system is working which we are developing) Example :login page (as a BA you have gathered requirements forExample :login page (as a BA you have gathered requirements for login page & intranet page from clients)login page & intranet page from clients) cancelsubmit username password When user clicks on submit button the intranet page as to open
  • 8. 1.1.Planning Business Analysis activitiesPlanning Business Analysis activities 2.2.Requirements elicitationRequirements elicitation 3.3.Requirements analysisRequirements analysis 4.4.Requirements specificationRequirements specification 5.5.Requirements validation & verificationRequirements validation & verification 6.6.Requirements allocation and tracingRequirements allocation and tracing 7.7.Requirements change managementRequirements change management 8.8.Organizational change managementOrganizational change management Business Analyst Role - Implementation PerioBusiness Analyst Role - Implementation Perio
  • 9. Business Analyst Career PathBusiness Analyst Career Path LevelLevel ProficiencyProficiency ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities CompetenciesCompetencies StrategicStrategic Ability to performAbility to perform strategic tasks withstrategic tasks with minimal directionminimal direction Strategic PlanningStrategic Planning Enterprise AnalysisEnterprise Analysis MentoringMentoring Business & IT StrategyBusiness & IT Strategy Program and Portfolio Mgt.Program and Portfolio Mgt. Systems Engineering, BPR, SixSystems Engineering, BPR, Six SigmaSigma Enterprise ArchitectureEnterprise Architecture Business Case DevelopmentBusiness Case Development SeniorSenior Ability to performAbility to perform complex tasks withcomplex tasks with minimal coachingminimal coaching Elicit, Analyze,Elicit, Analyze, Specify, Validate,Specify, Validate, ManageManage RequirementsRequirements Business & IT DomainsBusiness & IT Domains Project & Program Mgt.Project & Program Mgt. Systems Engineering, BPR, SixSystems Engineering, BPR, Six SigmaSigma Requirements EngineeringRequirements Engineering IntermediateIntermediate Ability to performAbility to perform simple-to-moderatelysimple-to-moderately complex tasks withcomplex tasks with minimal assistanceminimal assistance Elicit, Analyze,Elicit, Analyze, Specify, Validate,Specify, Validate, ManageManage RequirementsRequirements Business &/or IT DomainBusiness &/or IT Domain Project ManagementProject Management BPR, Six SigmaBPR, Six Sigma Workshop FacilitationWorkshop Facilitation Requirements ModelingRequirements Modeling AssociateAssociate Ability to performAbility to perform simple tasks withsimple tasks with assistanceassistance ScribeScribe Simple modelsSimple models Help Desk supportHelp Desk support PM/BA PrinciplesPM/BA Principles BPR, Six Sigma PrinciplesBPR, Six Sigma Principles Business WritingBusiness Writing
  • 10. Associate BusinessAssociate Business AnalystAnalyst Business AnalystBusiness Analyst Senior BusinessSenior Business AnalystAnalyst BusinessBusiness ConsultantConsultant Typical DeliverablesTypical Deliverables • Trouble ticketTrouble ticket resolutionresolution • Defect trackingDefect tracking • Requirements forRequirements for maintenance andmaintenance and enhancementenhancement Requirements:Requirements: • PlanningPlanning • ElicitationElicitation • AnalysisAnalysis • DocumentationDocumentation • V&VV&V • Business CaseBusiness Case • ClientClient PresentationsPresentations • Client ProposalsClient Proposals • Client CoachingClient Coaching • MentoringMentoring • FeasibilityFeasibility StudiesStudies • New businessNew business opportunityopportunity analysisanalysis • Business CaseBusiness Case • Portfolio analysisPortfolio analysis Typical Scope ofTypical Scope of ResponsibilityResponsibility • ProductionProduction SupportSupport • SmallSmall maintenancemaintenance projectsprojects 1-3 low-risk projects1-3 low-risk projects within a business unitwithin a business unit 1 significant, high-risk1 significant, high-risk project / program acrossproject / program across the enterprisethe enterprise • StrategicStrategic planningplanning • Pre-projectPre-project businessbusiness analysisanalysis • PortfolioPortfolio managementmanagement MinimumMinimum ExperienceExperience 1 year1 year 3 years3 years 7 years7 years 10 years10 years CertificationCertification Masters Certificate inMasters Certificate in BABA CBAP CertificationCBAP Certification PMP CertificationPMP Certification Internal CertificationInternal Certification ProfessionalProfessional AffiliationAffiliation PMI & IIBA memberPMI & IIBA member PMI & IIBA memberPMI & IIBA member PMI & IIBA memberPMI & IIBA member IIBA chapter committeeIIBA chapter committee PMI & IIBA memberPMI & IIBA member IIBA PMI chapter officerIIBA PMI chapter officer Alternative Business Analyst Career PathAlternative Business Analyst Career Path
  • 11. Business Analyst Organizational PlacementBusiness Analyst Organizational Placement LevelLevel Organizational PlacementOrganizational Placement StrategicStrategic Part of an enterprise-wide PMO or center of excellence with a strategic focusPart of an enterprise-wide PMO or center of excellence with a strategic focus Working on pre-project analysis, serving as BA for strategic initiatives, and managingWorking on pre-project analysis, serving as BA for strategic initiatives, and managing projects for valueprojects for value SeniorSenior • In IT (67%)In IT (67%) • The business may not take ownership of problemsThe business may not take ownership of problems • In BU (10.8%)In BU (10.8%) • Difficult for BAs to feel like a “community of practice” and hard to manageDifficult for BAs to feel like a “community of practice” and hard to manage BA standards and improvementsBA standards and improvements IntermediateIntermediate Usually placed in ITUsually placed in IT JuniorJunior Usually placed in ITUsually placed in IT
  • 12. BA Role - The PastBA Role - The Past Elicitation AnalysisElicitation Specification Validation and Documentation Requirements PhaseRequirements Phase
  • 13. BA Role – The FutureBA Role – The Future A Critical Role Throughout the Project Life CycleA Critical Role Throughout the Project Life Cycle Enterprise Analysis Strategic Planning Requirements Design Construction Test Deliver Operations and Maintenance Deactivate Study Period Implementation Period Implementation Period (continued) Operations Period
  • 14. Business Analyst Role - Study PeriodBusiness Analyst Role - Study Period • The executive team cannot affect the transition to a strategy-focused organizationThe executive team cannot affect the transition to a strategy-focused organization alonealone • Information, process, tools and facilitation are provided by the Business Analyst toInformation, process, tools and facilitation are provided by the Business Analyst to enable the organization to shift focus and activities to be strategy drivenenable the organization to shift focus and activities to be strategy driven • Conduct analysis to inform the portfolio planning teamConduct analysis to inform the portfolio planning team 1.1. Create and maintain the business architectureCreate and maintain the business architecture 2.2. Conduct feasibility studies to determine optimal solutionConduct feasibility studies to determine optimal solution 3.3. Prepare the business casePrepare the business case
  • 15. 1.1. Planning Business AnalysisPlanning Business Analysis activitiesactivities 2.2. Requirements elicitationRequirements elicitation 3.3. Requirements analysisRequirements analysis 4.4. Requirements specificationRequirements specification5.5. Requirements validation &Requirements validation & verificationverification 6.6. Requirements allocation andRequirements allocation and tracingtracing 7.7. Requirements changeRequirements change managementmanagement 8.8. Organizational changeOrganizational change managementmanagement Business Analyst Role - Implementation PeriodBusiness Analyst Role - Implementation Period
  • 16. Organizatio nal Focus Focus on BA Maturity CompassBAFocus on BA Maturity CompassBATMTM Maturity ModelMaturity Model Project Centric Ad Hoc Strategic/ Enterprise Focus Continuous Improvement InitialInitial 1 IntegratedIntegrated 3 StrategicStrategic 4 OptimizedOptimized 5 •Informal, inconsistent processes •Unstable environment •Most projects do not deliver all requirements DocumentedDocumented 2 Requirements: •Planning •Elicitation •Analysis •Specification •Prioritization •Validation •Change Mgmt. Requirements: •Communication •Traceability •Risk Mgmt Solution quality: •Allocation •Assessment •Verification & validation •Deployment strategy •Org. deployment readiness Defined, integrated BA: •Standards & tools •Training program •BA Center of Excellence •Business architecture •Feasibility studies •Business cases •Portfolio mgmt. •Resource mgmt. •Benefits mgmt. •Quantitative BA process mgmt. •Requirement defect tracking Organizational BA practices: •Continuous BA p & tool improveme •Maturity assmt. •Requirement def prevention Individual BA prac •Knowledge & ski assmt. •Professional development plan
  • 17. IIBA DefinitionsIIBA Definitions • Business AnalysisBusiness Analysis – The set of tasks, knowledge, and techniquesThe set of tasks, knowledge, and techniques required to identify business needs and determinerequired to identify business needs and determine solutions to business problemssolutions to business problems • Business AnalystBusiness Analyst – Identify the business needs and help determineIdentify the business needs and help determine solutions to business problemssolutions to business problems – Responsible for requirements development andResponsible for requirements development and requirements managementrequirements management