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CBAP Business Analysis And Planning

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1. 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






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






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






4. Performed to communicate - verify and validate requirements. Is a working session where invited participants review and discuss a set of requirements






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






6. Domain SME - End User - Implementation SME - and Sponsor: They Affected by analysis techniques used to organize requirements since they need to verify and validate the requirements.






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






8. Stakeholders involved the BA in decision making - acceptance of the BA's recommendations - willingness to discuss difficult or controversial topics with the BA - stakeholders willing to support or defend the BA when problems occur.






9. What are the inputs for the task Plan Business Analysis Activities?






10. Confidence in the problem solving process that a selected solution is correct - new solution options can be evaluated effectively using the problem solving framework - selected solutions meet the defined objectives and solve the underlying problem -






11. What are the inputs to the task - Determine Solution Approach?






12. What is the output of the task - Assess Proposed Solution?






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






14. What are the techniques used in Plan Business Analysis Approach?






15. What are the elements of the task Plan Requirements Management Process?






16. The process of informing stakeholders of metrics of indicators in specified formats at specified intervals.






17. What should be considered when establishing a Change Management process?






18. Define the requirements that must be met in order for a solution to be considered acceptable to key stakeholders.






19. What are the inputs to the task - Assess Proposed Solution?






20. Three key factors when assessing the quality of indicators and their metrics






21. What are the inputs for the task - Prepare Requirements Package?






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






23. A brief description of functionality that users need from a solution to meet a business objective. The goal they are trying to accomplish - and any additional information that may be critical to understanding the scope of the story.






24. What are the tasks in the knowledge area - Requirements Analysis?






25. Elicitation Results are the inputs for the ____________






26. What is the output of the task - Verify Requirements?






27. What are the strategies for a positive risk?






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






29. What is the output of the task - Organize Requirements?






30. What are the inputs for the task - Define Transitional Requirements?






31. What are the techniques used in the task - Prioritize Requirements?






32. Techniques used in the task Plan Requirements Management Process.






33. This prototype seeks to quickly uncover and clarify interface requirements using simple tools - sometimes just paper and pencil. The focus is on functionality that is not easily elicited by other techniques - has conflicting viewpoints - or is diffic






34. Business value can be delivered through requirements that support _______________ - alignment with internal standards or policies of the organization - or increased satisfaction for stakeholders - even if those things do not have a direct measurable






35. Issues that may influence the replacement or elimination decision of a system include:






36. What are the tasks in Business Analysis Planning & Monitoring?






37. What are the inputs for the task - Evaluate Solution Performance?






38. What are the techniques used in the task Manage Solution Scope & Requirements?






39. The purpose is to describe the required qualities of a system - such as its usability and performance characteristics.






40. Understanding of the business architecture of the organization that is being analyzed. Understanding business models (generates profit) - org structure - relationships between business units and the persons who occupy key stakeholder positions.






41. Strengths - Weaknesses - Opportunities - Threats - A valuable tool to quickly analyze various aspects of the current state of the business process undergoing change.






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






43. The minimum set of requirements that must be met in order for a particular solution to be worth implementing.






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






45. List 3 possible forms of a requirements packages.






46. What does SMART stand for?






47. Describes all the possible outcomes of an attempt to accomplish a particular goal that the solution will support.






48. The decomposition of activities and tasks creates?






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






50. A structured way to capture requirements. May be used to scope - discover - define - prioritize and reach closure on requirements for the target system. Considered one of the most effective ways to deliver high quality requirements quickly.