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CBAP Business Analysis And Planning

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






2. What are the Composite Data Elements?






3. What is the output of the task - Communicate Requirements?






4. What are the techniques used in the task - Define Business Case?






5. What are the Primitive Data Elements?






6. Set of requirements that will be used to choose between multiple solutions.






7. A continuous process of collecting data to determine how well a solution has been implemented compared to expected results.






8. Ability to find information - on-time completion of tasks - efficiency in the completion of work - ability to easily identify all outstanding work and the status of each work item.






9. What are some of the key variables used in determining the priority of a requirement?






10. Are used to describe the scope of analysis or the scope of a solution. Serve as a basis for defining and delimiting the scope of business analysis and project work. Allow the definition of a "complete" scopethat is - the boundaries of the scope corr






11. 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.






12. The purpose of _______________ is to ensure that a stakeholder's actual underlying needs are understood - rather than the their stated or superficial desires.






13. Limited to "as-is" perspective. - Existing documentation may not be up-to-date or valid. - Can be a time-consuming and even tedious process to locate the relevant information






14. To identify interfaces between solutions and/or solution components and define requirements that describe how they will interact.






15. What are the strategies for a positive risk?






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






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






18. What is the output of the task Prepare for Elicitation?






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






20. What are the inputs to the task Manage Solution Scope & Requirements?






21. Details user interface requirements and integrates them with other requirements such as use cases - scenarios - data and business rules. Stakeholders often find this to be a concrete means of identifying - describing and validating their interface ne






22. This task determines if an organization can justify the investment required to deliver a proposed solution.






23. To identify and manage areas of uncertainty that can impact an initiative - solution - or organization.






24. What are the classifications used to describe requirements






25. What are the inputs to the task Conduct Elicitation Activity?






26. How is the Operational Support stakeholder utilized in the Evaluate Solution Performance task?






27. What are the elements of Communication Skills?






28. 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.






29. Models a shallow - and possibly wide view of the system's functionality. It typically does not have any business logic running behind the visualization.






30. 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.






31. While eliciting requirements it is important to guard against scope creep - This activity will ensure that the requirements should be included since they meet the business goal/objectives.






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






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






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






35. 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.






36. What are the techniques used in the task - Assess Proposed Solution?






37. Elicitation Results are the inputs for the ____________






38. A non-actionable directive that supports a business goal.






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






40. What is the output of the task Plan Requirements Management Process?






41. What is the output of the Plan Business Analysis Approach?






42. The systematic and objective assessment of a solution to determine its status and efficacy in meeting objectives over time - and to identify ways to improve the solution to better meet objectives.






43. What is the output of the task - Define Business Need?






44. What techniques are used in the task Manage Requirements Traceability?






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






46. What are the techniques for the task - Verify Requirements?






47. Using this technique the business analyst has collected the deliverables - activities - tasks - and estimates from all the involved stakeholders and rolls them up to get a total for all the activities and tasks.






48. What describes how - when and why the business analyst will work with stakeholders?






49. This knowledge area involves analyzing stakeholder needs to define solutions that meet those needs - assessing the current state of the business to identify and recommend improvements and the verification and validation of the resulting requirements.






50. What is the output of the task - Determine Solution Approach?