Business Analysis for DummiesBook - 2013
Your go-to guide on business analysis
Business analysis refers to the set of tasks and activities that help companies determine their objectives for meeting certain opportunities or addressing challenges and then help them define solutions to meet those objectives. Those engaged in business analysis are charged with identifying the activities that enable the company to define the business problem or opportunity, define what the solutions looks like, and define how it should behave in the end. As a BA, you lay out the plans for the process ahead.
Business Analysis For Dummies is the go to reference on how to make the complex topic of business analysis easy to understand. Whether you are new or have experience with business analysis, this book gives you the tools, techniques, tips and tricks to set your project’s expectations and on the path to success.
- Offers guidance on how to make an impact in your organization by performing business analysis
- Shows you the tools and techniques to be an effective business analysis professional
- Provides a number of examples on how to perform business analysis regardless of your role
If you're interested in learning about the tools and techniques used by successful business analysis professionals, Business Analysis For Dummies has you covered.
Baker & Taylor
Each book covers all the necessary information a beginner needs to know about a particular topic, providing an index for easy reference and using the series' signature set of symbols to clue the reader in to key topics, categorized under such titles as Tip, Remember, Warning!, Technical Stuff and True Story. Original.
If you're interested in learning about the methods successful business analysis professionals use, this guide has you covered. You'll find tools and techniques you can apply to your own organization to achieve your financial goals.
Provides information on the function of a business analyst, and offers tips and techniques they can use to identify problems, develop solutions, and make informed decisions.