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BABOK Enterprise Analysis

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1. In the EA Activity Business Case Development - who is the ______? Business Analyst






2. In the EA Activity - Managing Projects for Value - BAs (1) Works in Partnership with PM to Update Business Case at key checkpoint control gate reviews to ________________ to Help Determine whether to Continue to Invest in Project.






3. In the EA Activity - Launching New Project - the BAs (1) ___________________. (2) During Project Initiation/Planning Processes - Elicit - Analyze - Document - Validate business Requirements AND Collaborate with System Architect during Intiial Design






4. In the EA Activity - New Project Proposal - who is the owner?






5. The Requirements Elicitation Task






6. The attributes of a small - low risk project type: 1) < 6 months; 2) Schedule is flexible; 3) Not complex: easily understood/solution readily available; 4) ________________; 5) Impacts a single bu; 6) No major dependencies/inter-related projects






7. Living - Breathing Document that Changes as Business Needs Evolve.






8. The Enterprise Analysis Activities? 1) _______________; 2) CFS: Conducting Feasibility Studies; 3) DPS: Determining Project Scope; 4) PBC: Preparing ttheeh Business Case; 5) CIRA: Conducting the Initial Risk Assessment; 6) PDP: Preparing theDecision






9. The attributes of a low-to-moderate risk project type: 1) ______________; 2) Schedule undergos variations - but deadlines are firm; 3) Complexity small: difficult to understand or solution is difficult to achieve/unclear; 4) Some direct business impa






10. Investigative - Feasibility - or Business Architecture Endeavor; Managed as Stand-Alone Project.






11. Enterprise Analysis Activities end after benefits of Project Outcomes are _______________.






12. In the EA Activity - Business Architecture Development - the BAs (1) Use Information from Strategic Plan and Goals (2) Lead Development and ________________.






13. In the EA Activity - Strategic Plan Development - what are the Deliverables?






14. KA of BABOK that Describes Business Analysis Activities need for organizations to (1) Identify Business Opportunities - (2) Build Business Architecture Framework - (3) Determine Optimum Project Investment Path - including New Business and Technical S






15. Enterprise Analysis Activities continue until Information is gathered to ___________ and Supporting Projects to Management for go/no go Decision to (1) Select - (2) Prioritize - (3) Fund new project.






16. What does the Business Architecture define?






17. In the EA Strategic Planning - the BA needs to (1) ___________________; (2) Fully Understand Current Enterprise Strategies.






18. In the EA Activity - Selecting and Prioritizing New Business Opportunities - Sr. BAs (1) ________________; (2) Present Proposal for New Projects.






19. As PM matures into Critical Management Discipline - Orgs realize that _______.






20. The 8 S________________: 1) DAS: Develop Alternate Solutions; 2) ETO: Evaluate Technology Options; 3) FSS: Facilitate the Selection of a Solution: 4) EUS: Ensure the Usability of theSolution; 5) SQAP: Support theQuality Assurance Process; 6) SIS: Sup






21. The Activities in Enterprise Analysis: (1) Strategic Plan Development; (2) ______________ (3) Business Architecture Developoment; (4) Feasibility Studies; (5) Business Case Development; (6) New Project Proposal; (7) Selecting and Prioritizing New Bus






22. The 10 Requirements Analysis and Documentation Tasks:: 1) ______________; 2) CBDM: Create Business Domain Model; 3) AUR: Analyze User Requirements; 4) AFR: Analyze Functional Requirements; 5) AQSR: Analyze Quality of Service Requirements; 6) DAC: Det






23. What does Strategic Planning Serve to Establish?






24. In the EA Activity - Feasibility Studies - who is the owner?






25. The Strategic Planning Focus: _______________ AND Provide Foundation to Select/Prioritize Programs/Projects.






26. In the EA Activity - Strategic Goal Development - what are the Deliverables?






27. In the EA Activity - Business Architecture Development - who is the Owner?






28. In the EA Activity - _________________ - who is the owner? Business Analyst






29. The attributes of a significant - high risk project type: 1) 12 - 24 months; 2) _____________; 3) Problem and solution difficult to define/understand and solution difficult to achieve; 4) Affects core service delivery or directly relates to key initi






30. The level of enterprise analysis needed for a ____________: 1) Simplified set of enterprise analysis deliverables: a) Simplified Business Case; b) some Business Architecture to provide context.






31. Business Requirements for future project investments which are also Documented.






32. Business Architecture considered to be: __________ used to understand the current state and plans for the future state of the enterprise.






33. The Strategic Planning Process provides ______________ in which Enterprise Analysis is Conducted.






34. The Requirements Planning and Management Activities: 1) ____________; 2) DBAWDS: Define Business Analyst Work Division Strategy; 3) DRRA: Define Requirements Risk Approach; 4) DPC: Determine Planning Considerations; 5) SRA: Select Requirements Activi






35. Through Business Analysis Practices - _____________ is: (1) Gathered - (2) Analyzed - (3) Prepared in form of Decision Package for new projects.






36. Business Architecture provides ____________ that guides selection and management of programs/projects.






37. In the EA Acitivity - Strategic Plan Development - ______: (1) Conduct Competitive Analysis; (2) Benchmark Studies to servve as Input to Strategic Planning Process; (3) Plan/Facilitate Strategic Planning Sessions.






38. The Business Architecture describes: 1) Business Strategy; 2) ___________________; 3) High level business environment through process or functional view; 4) Technological environment; 5) External environment.






39. Information Compiled as a Result of Enterprise Analysis Facilitates: _____________ that Manifest themselves in Programs and Supporting Projects.






40. Outputs from Enterprise Analysis will become ________ to: a) Requirements Planning and Management; b) Requirements Elicitation/Gathering; c) Requirements Communication.






41. In the EA Activity - Tracking Project Benefits - who is the owner? Business ___________






42. In the EA Activity - Launching New Project - what are the Deliverables?






43. The level of enterprise analysis needed for a ______________: 1) Full set of enterprise analysis deliverables: a) Business Architecture; b) Feasibility Study; c) Business Case; d) Risk Rating; e) Decision Package






44. In the EA Activity - _______________ - what are the Deliverables? (1) Executive Prsentation; (2) Decision Package






45. In the EA Activity - Launching New Projects - who is the owner?






46. In the Activity - Strategic Goal Development - Sr. BA's _______________






47. The 7 _______________: 1) CRCP: Create a Requirements Communication Plan; 2) MRC: Manage Requirements Conflicts; 3) DARF: Determine Appropriate Requirements Format; 4) CRP: Create a Requirements Package; 5) CRP: Conduct a Requirements Presentation; 6






48. n the EA Activity - Tracking Project Benefits - BAs (1) Ensure Metrics and Measurements are in place; (2) Ensure Metrics and Measurements have been Analyzed and Reported to Business Sponsor to Track ____________________ as Documented in the Business






49. Business Analyst collaborates with ____________ to build a Strong Relationship between the Business and Technical Communities when Implementing a New IT-Enabled Business Solution.






50. The Enterprise Architecture consists of five architectures: 1) Business Architecture; 2) Information Architecture; 3) ____________ Architecture; 4) Technology Architecture; 5) Security Architecture