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Combined Survey Results (late March 2019)

The additional survey results from yesterday are included in the combined results here. List at least five steps you take during a typical business analysis effort. Requirements Gathering Initiation Testing QA Feedback User acceptance Requirement Elicitation UX Design Software Design … Continue reading

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A Simulationist’s Framework for Business Analysis: Round Five

Today I gave this talk at the Project Summit – Business Analyst World conference in Orlando. The slides for the presentation are at: http://rpchurchill.com/presentations/zSimFrameForBA_PS-BAW_Orlando/SimFrameForBA.html In this version I furthered the development of my concept of the Unified Theory of Business … Continue reading

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Combined Survey Results, Updated (March 2019)

With the addition of survey data taken at recent meetups in Orlando and Tampa, the combined results are updated here. List 5-8 steps you take during a typical project. These vary, but mostly follow a recognizable pattern, in rough keeping … Continue reading

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Business Analysis Survey: Round Five

I collected more survey responses at the recent Tampa IIBA meetup, and the results are posted below. List 5-8 steps you take during a typical project. listen – to stakeholders and customers analyze – documents, data, atc. to understand thhings … Continue reading

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A Simulationist’s Framework for Business Analysis: Round Four

Yesterday I gave my talk at the Orlando IIBA chapter meetup. The updated presentation is here: https://www.rpchurchill.com/presentations/zSimFrameForBA_Orlando/SimFrameForBA.html This presentation was a bit different than previous ones because I’ve begun to add some new material dealing with what I call The … Continue reading

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A Simulationist’s Framework for Business Analysis: Combined Survey Results

These results are combined from versions of this talk given in Pittsburgh, DC, and Baltimore. List at least five steps you take during a typical business analysis effort. I would list the steps I take in conducting an analysis project … Continue reading

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A Simulationist’s Framework for Business Analysis: Round Three

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A Simulationist’s Framework for Business Analysis: Round Two

On Tuesday I gave this talk again, this time for the IIBA’s Metro DC Chapter. Here are the results from the updated survey. The results from the first go-round are here. List at least five steps you take during a … Continue reading

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Verification and Validation: Observations for Simulation and Business Analysis

Verification and validation are complex subjects on their own (and see here and here more specifically for this discussion), and the simplest way I’ve found to describe the difference between them is that verification tests whether a solution works while … Continue reading

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A Simulationist’s Framework for Business Analysis: Round One

Yesterday I gave my newly prepared talk on business analysis at the Pittsburgh IIBA Chapter Meetup, the first of three times I’m scheduled to give it. The presentation, prepared using the Reveal.js framework, is at the link: http://rpchurchill.com/presentations/SimFrameForBA/ I’m sure … Continue reading

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