Stakeholder analysis is limited to stakeholder participation in business analysis activities. New in Version 2. There is much less of a focus on documenting requirements for IT systems, which really falls more within the realm of system analysis rather than business analysis anyway. The Enterprise Analysis Knowledge Area was one that many business analysts felt a little uncomfortable with. The discussion about Enterprise Architecture has been removed but it may come back in a later version. Selecting and prioritizing new projects has been removed, as has launching new projects.
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The first formal release was at version 1. Version 2. Version 3 was released in April Professional Certification[ edit ] Once the body of knowledge was established, IIBA created the Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP designation to recognise senior business analysts who could demonstrate in-depth long-term experience in these knowledge areas 5—10 years in a dedicated business analyst role. Knowledge Areas: represents the core content of BABOK Guide and contain the business analysis tasks that are used to perform business analysis.
Underlying Competencies: describes the behaviours, characteristics, knowledge, and personal qualities that help business analysts be effective in their job. Techniques: describes 50 of the most common techniques used by business analysts. Each task describes the typical knowledge, skills, deliverables, and techniques that the business analyst requires to be able to perform those tasks competently.
The knowledge areas logically organize tasks but do not specify a sequence, process, or methodology. Elicitation and Collaboration: describes the tasks used to prepare for and conduct elicitation activities and confirm the results. Requirements Life Cycle Management: the tasks used to manage and maintain requirements and design information from inception to retirement.
Strategy Analysis: describes the tasks used to identify the business need, address that need, and align the change strategy within the enterprise. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition: describes the tasks used to organize requirements, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, identify solution options, and estimate the potential value that could be realized.
Solution Evaluation: describes the tasks used to assess the performance of and value delivered by a solution and to recommend improvements on increasing values. BABOK 2,
BABOK® Guide 2.0 — What's in it for You?
Aralkis Share your thoughts with other customers. Views Read Edit View history. While this looks like an impressive text, it should be followed with a word of caution. It also purports to be a BA guide. Much of the risk and project management discussions here are out of date or inconsistent with PMI. Software systems, whether custom developed in-house, outsourced or purchased as a package, are likely to be only a part of a business solution.
BUSINESS ANALYST (BA – BABOK VERSION 3 STANDARD)