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Business Analysis, Third Edition

Business Analysis, Third Edition

SKU: 5547
Authors: James Cadle, Malcolm Eva, Keith Hindle, Debra Paul, Craig Rollason, Paul Turner, Donald Yeates
Publishers: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9781780172774
Pages: 308
Published: 23 Sep 2014
Availability: Available now

Business analysts must respond to the challenges of today’s highly competitive global economy by developing practical, creative and financially sound solutions. This excellent guide gives them the necessary tools.

Business Analysis is a bestselling practical guide for anyone involved in business analysis, whether improving business processes or defining requirements for IT solutions.

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Business Analysis explores the entire range of approaches and techniques, including the investigation of business issues, modelling processes, defining requirements and the production of solid business cases.

By following the book’s excellent guidance, business analysts will be able to develop practical, creative and financially sound solutions that will address business problems and grasp new opportunities.

It is also ideal for students wanting to gain university and industry qualifications. This new edition includes expanded discussions on gap analysis and benefits management, and the impact of Agile software development, and features an introduction to business architecture.

Table of contents


  1. What is business analysis?
  2. The competencies of a business analyst
  3. Strategy analysis
  4. The business analysis process model
  5. Investigation techniques
  6. Stakeholder analysis and management
  7. Modelling business processes
  1. Defining the solution
  2. Making a business and financial case
  3. Establishing the requirements
  4. Documenting and managing requirements
  5. Modelling requirements
  6. Delivering the requirements
  7. Delivering the business solution

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