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Agile and Business Analysis – Practical guidance for IT professionals

Agile and Business Analysis – Practical guidance for IT professionals

SKU: 5549
Authors: Agile and Business Analysis -– Practical guidance for IT professionals
Publishers: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9781780173221
Pages: 249
Published: 27 Feb 2017
Availability: Available

Agile is an iterative approach to software development that has rapidly gained popularity in the IT industry as the preferred alternative to traditional project management.

Adopting an Agile approach to business analysis can revolutionise working practices. It enables clearer vision and success measure definitions, better stakeholder engagement and a greater understanding of customer needs, among other benefits.

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This book provides a comprehensive introduction to Agile philosophy, principles, approaches and techniques, and explains these in the context of business analysis. It is ideal for anyone undertaking business analysis activities or wishing to understand how business analysis and Agile work practices aid collaborative working and the delivery of beneficial business outcomes.

It can also support those undertaking Agile certifications.

Table of contents:

  1. Business Analysis in Agile Environments
  2. Agile Philosophy and Principles
  3. Analysing the Enterprise
  4. Adopting an Agile Mindset
  5. Understanding Agile Methods and Frameworks
  6. Modelling the Business Context
  7. Working with Stakeholders and Roles
  8. Decomposing Goals
  9. Prioritising the Work 
  10. Deciding the Requirement Approach 
  11. Modelling Users and Personas 
  12. Modelling Stories and Scenarios 
  13. Organising Tasks and Requirements 
  14. Estimating Agile Projects 
  15. Planning and Managing Iterations 
  16. Considerations When Adopting Agile

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