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CBAP Business Analysis And Planning

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1. What are the techniques used in the task Document Elicitation Results?






2. Benefits that could have been achieved with an alternative investment rather than this one.






3. What are the different types of learning styles?






4. What is the output of the task - Prioritize Requirements?






5. What are the inputs to the task - Prioritize Requirements?






6. The people involved - the interactions between them - the external forces affecting their behavior and all other relevant elements and factors.






7. Communicated Requirements mean what to stakeholders?






8. Industry Knowledge - Organization Knowledge - Solution Knowledge What are the elements of Business Knowledge?






9. Approach to decision making that examines and models the possible consequences of different decisions. Make an optimal decision under conditions of uncertainty.






10. What is the output of the task Document Elicitation Results?






11. Elements of a Requirements Management Plan include?






12. Used to describe the roles - responsibilities and reporting structures that exist within an organization and to align those structures with the organization's goals.






13. Checklist of characteristics to consider when considering non-functional requirements.






14. What are the techniques used in the task - Organize Requirements?






15. What are the tasks in the knowledge area - Solution Assessment & Validation?






16. This technique represents the types of peoples - places - things and concepts that are important to the business - attributes associated with them and the significant business relationships among them.






17. What are the tasks in the knowledge area - Enterprise Analysis?






18. What are the strategies for a negative risk?






19. Name the 2 types of Software categories that assist in BA productivity.






20. What are the techniques used in the task - Allocate Resources?






21. This describes how the chosen solution will deliver the solution scope - may break delivery down into releases or provide a roadmap that indicates the timeframe in which a capability is expected.






22. What are the inputs to the task Manage Business Analysis Performance?






23. What are the inputs to the task - Validate Solution?






24. A means to elicit requirements by studying available documentation on existing and comparable solutions and identifying relevant information. - Not starting from a blank page.- Leveraging existing materials to discover and/or confirm requirements. -






25. This knowledge area describes how the BA assesses proposed solutions and determines which solution best fits the business need - identifies gaps and shortcomings to solutions and determines necessary workarounds or changes to the solution.






26. What are the Primitive Data Elements?






27. What are the inputs to the task - Validate Requirements?






28. Ensure that the solution meets the business need and determine the most appropriate response to identified defects.






29. What is the output of the task Conduct Stakeholder Analysis?






30. What is the output of the task - Validate Requirements?






31. What is the output of the task Conduct Elicitation Activity?






32. Understanding of the competitive forces that shape an industry - understand the various customer segments that the industry services and the demographic or other characteristics common to that segment.






33. The purpose is to measure the performance of solutions - solution components - and other matters of interest to stakeholders.






34. Use of parameters - multiplied by the number of hours. (COCOMO II - Function Point Counting - Use Case Points - and Story Points)






35. What is the output of the task - Manage Requirements Traceability?






36. What is the output of the task - Define Transition Requirements?






37. What are the techniques used in the task - Validate Solution?






38. A structured examination of the aspects of a situation to establish the root causes and resulting effects of the problem. A critical element is to ensure that the current business thinking and processes are challenged. The purpose is to determine the






39. Prioritizes requirements based on a allocated fixed amount of money.






40. Use of a similar project as the basis for developing estimates for the current project. Also known as "top-down" estimating. This is usually done at the beginning of the project or project phase and more detailed estimates follow as more is known.






41. Two effective trade-off methods.






42. Combination of expert judgment and history. Individual estimates - sharing the estimates with experts - and having several rounds until consensus is reached. An average of the three estimates is used






43. What are the inputs to the task - Define Assumption & Constraints?






44. What are the techniques used in the task - Define Transition Requirements?






45. What are the inputs to the Plan Business Analysis Approach?






46. What are the techniques used in the task - Assess Organizational Readiness?






47. What are the inputs for the task Confirm Elicitation Results?






48. Forecast the cost and effort involved in pursuing a course of action. Used to develop a better understanding of the possible range of costs and effort associated with any initiative






49. What are the techniques used in the task - Communicate Requirements?






50. What knowledge area discusses the business analysis activities necessary to identify a business need - problem or opportunity - define the capture of the solution and justify the investment necessary to deliver the solution.