Understanding business analysis terminology contributes greatly to the success of a business analyst, both career-wise and in terms of acquiring a business analysis certification. This page is dedicated to helping newer BAs who need exposure to common business analysis concepts and terms, as well as seasoned BA professionals who want to stay up to date on relevant terminology.
For BA practitioners who are pursuing an IIBA certification, be sure to check out the BABOK V3 Glossary to get an extensive list of over 500 key BABOK terms that could appear on the certification exam but may not be uniquely defined in the BABOK Guide itself. Knowing the terminology is half the battle for passing the exam!!!
Below are the benefits of closed-ended and open-ended questions:
Close-ended question benefits:
Open-ended question benefits:
Below are some business analysis activities that consider risk according to BABOK:
Below are some techniques BAs may use to justify a project according to BABOK.
Below is an example and comparison of a vision and mission statement:
Apple Inc, Vision and Mission Statements
"To make the best products on earth, and to leave the world better than we found it."
“To bring the best personal computing products and support to students, educators, designers, scientists, engineers, businesspersons, and consumers in over 140 countries around the world.”
Below are some tips for using the parking lot method:
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