Preparation. First, it helps if you are prepared. You already understand the general need or issue that your business must address. Establish your time constraints and budgetary limits; and be ready to discuss those with your business analyst. If you are unsure of the size of the project, commission a smaller feasibility study or situation analysis to examine the general scope and solution parameters. Draw up a contract that defines the work to be delivered, as well as the project parameters and constraints. Also, compose a mutual nondisclosure agreement and sign it with your analyst. Additionally, give your business analyst access to your staff members and their explicit cooperation.
August 23, 2014
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT FROM YOUR BUSINESS ANALYST? – Part 3
About Jump the Spark!
Torix Corporation provides business transformation services * IT Consulting - Requirements Definition - Process Design - Project Planning - Project Management * Design - Software Design - Graphic Design * Innovation - Personnel Empowerment - Change Integration - Consensus Management - Novel Solutions View all posts by Jump the Spark!
This entry was posted on Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 at 6:04 pm and tagged with Budget, Business Analyst, Contract for Services, Feasibility Study, Nondisclosure Agreement, Preparation, Project Constraints, Scope, Situation Analysis, Solution Parameters, Solutions, Time & Budget, Time & Money and posted in Business Analysis. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
- Follow Jump the Spark! on WordPress.com
Information Is Energ… on Information Is Energy! Information Is Energ… on Information Is Energy! Restarting Space Exp… on Deep Space: The Next Fron… Jump the Spark! on WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT FROM YO… Noah on WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT FROM YO…
Tagsasteroids Bottom Line Budget Business Analyst Business Communication Business Model Business Practice Business Process Business Processes Business Requirements Business Strategy Causation Cause and Effect cavemanchemistry.com Change Agent Clarity Client Satisfaction Communication Comparisons Competitive Advantage Correlation Current Situation Customer Satisfaction Dashboard Data Map Design Differences Dirod Earth Efficiency Entropy Evidence Execution Execution Phase Plan Expectations Future State Implementation Integration Interdependencies Living Making Decisions Mappings Mars Moon Observation Out There Performance Persistence Planning Preparation Process Profit Project Constraints Project Plan Quality Quantitative Reasoning Requirements Definition Requirement Statement Scope Scorecard Shock Value Shortcut Communication Simplicity Situation Analysis Social Networks Solutions Stakeholders Stupidity sustainability Task Statement Testing Time & Budget Time & Money Transformation Project Organization Verification
Leave a Reply