BABOK 3 - Tasks & Purposes

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Define an appropriate method to conduct business analysis activities. 3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 3.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach
Plan an approach for establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the stakeholders. 3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 3.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement
Define how decisions are made about requirements and designs. 3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 3.3 Plan Business Analysis Governance
Develop an approach for how business analysis information will be stored and accessed. 3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 3.4 Plan Business Analysis Information Management
Assess business analysis work and plan to improve processes where required. 3. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 3.5 Identify Business Analysis Performance Improvements
Understand the scope of the elicitation activity, select appropriate techniques, and plan for (or procure) appropriate supporting materials and resources. 4. Elicitation and Collaboration 4.1 Prepare for Elicitation
Draw out, explore, and identify information relevant to the change. 4. Elicitation and Collaboration 4.2 Conduct Elicitation
Check the information gathered for accuracy and consistency with other information. 4. Elicitation and Collaboration 4.3 Confirm Elicitation Results
Ensure stakeholders have a shared understanding of business analysis information. 4. Elicitation and Collaboration 4.4 Communicate Business Analysis Information
Encourage stakeholders to work towards a common goal. 4. Elicitation and Collaboration 4.5 Manage Stakeholder Collaboration
Ensure that requirements and designs at different levels are aligned to one another, and manage the effects of change to one level on related requirements. 5. Requirements Life Cycle Management 5.1 Trace Requirements
Retain requirement accuracy and consistency throughout and beyond the change during the entire life cycle, and support reuse of requirements in other solutions requirements. 5. Requirements Life Cycle Management 5.2 Maintain Requirements
Rank requirements in the order of relative importance. 5. Requirements Life Cycle Management 5.3 Prioritize Requirements
Evaluate the implications of proposed changes to requirements and designs. 5. Requirements Life Cycle Management 5.4 Assess Requirements Changes
Obtain agreement on and approval of requirements and designs for business analysis work to continue and/or solution construction to proceed. 5. Requirements Life Cycle Management 5.5 Approve Requirements
Understand the reasons why an enterprise needs to change some aspect of how it operates and what would be directly or indirectly affected by the change. 6. Strategy Analysis 6.1 Analyze Current State
Determine the set of necessary conditions to meet the business need. 6. Strategy Analysis 6.2 Define Future State
Understand the undesirable consequences of internal and external forces on the enterprise during a transition to, or once in, the future state. An understanding of the potential impact of those forces can be used to make a recommendation about a course of action. 6. Strategy Analysis 6.3 Assess Risks
Develop and assess alternative approaches to the change, and then select the recommended approach. 6. Strategy Analysis 6.4 Define Change Strategy
Analyze, synthesize, and refine elicitation results into requirements and designs. 7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 7.1 Specify and Model Requirements
Ensure that requirements and designs specifications and models meet quality standards and are usable for the purpose they serve. 7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 7.2 Verify Requirements
Ensure that all requirements and designs align to the business requirements and support the delivery of needed value. 7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 7.3 Validate Requirements
Ensure that the requirements collectively support one another to fully achieve the objectives. 7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 7.4 Define Requirements Architecture
Define the solution approach, identify opportunities to improve the business, allocate requirements across solution components, and represent design options that achieve the desired future state. 7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 7.5 Define Design Options
Estimate the potential value for each design option and to establish which one is most appropriate to meet the enterprise’s requirements. 7. Requirements Analysis and Design Definition 7.6 Analyze Potential Value and Recommend Solution
Define performance measures and use the data collected to evaluate the effectiveness of a solution in relation to the value it brings. 8. Solution Evaluation 8.1 Measure Solution Performance
Provide insights into the performance of a solution in relation to the value it brings. 8. Solution Evaluation 8.2 Analyze Performance Measures
Determine the factors internal to the solution that restrict the full realization of value. 8. Solution Evaluation 8.3 Assess Solution Limitations
Determine how factors external to the solution are restricting value realization. 8. Solution Evaluation 8.4 Assess Enterprise Limitations
Understand the factors that create differences between potential value and actual value, and recommend a course of action to align them. 8. Solution Evaluation 8.5 Recommend Actions to Increase Solution Value
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