What is Business Analysis- Part 1
Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an organization by identifying problems and proposing solutions to address them. It involves reviewing current practices or products, identifying inefficiencies, and proposing solutions while maintaining high standards and following company guidelines. Business Analysis includes working with stakeholders, reporting to management, and working with development teams to develop, test, and deliver the change. It helps in identifying business needs, recommending solutions, and providing rationale for the solutions.
- Business Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders.
- It involves identifying business needs, proposing solutions, and providing rationale for the solutions.
- Business Analysis helps in identifying inefficiencies and proposing solutions to address them.
- In a case study, the current process of using typewriters is analyzed, and a change to using computers is proposed.
- The analysis involves identifying stakeholders, proposing solutions, considering project cost and vendors, determining project milestones and timeframe, and planning for training and communication with stakeholders.
- The desired state is to replace typewriters with computers.