Analysis is the backbone of what a business analyst does and it is extremely important for us to understand the various aspects around it.
We have logically segregated the complete analysis portion into three parts for easy comprehension and understanding. They are:
- Business requirements: This portion entails what are business requirements, how to identify and define them and the associated documents.
- Business Analysis: This area explains how business analysis is used to identify, collect and implement requirements that will contribute to the achievement of an organization’s strategic goals.
- Requirement analysis: This part describes how to analyze requirements, prioritize them and organize them for future reference.
All the above divisions are interlinked and together they form the crux of the ‘analysis’ part of a business analyst’s job.
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