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Business Analysis:

Managing Requirements
OUTLINING THE ROLE OF REQUIREMENTS
LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT

Milena Pajic
MCS • PMP® • CBAP®

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Tasks
Purpose

Overview Essential fact - business analysis is an


iterative process
Inputs and outputs
Core concept model
- Relationships among the six
core concepts
- Usage and application in the
Requirements Life Cycle Management
area
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BABOK® Guide
• read over the content multiple times
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The Scenario
Example Software Development Company
Share
Applications

Company
Engineers

Track
Globomantics’ BA Team

Steve Jane
Junior Business Analyst (BA) Mentor Business Analyst (BA)
The Purpose
Requirements Life Cycle
Management explains the tasks
that business analyst
professionals perform with the
goal to manage and maintain
requirements from the
elicitation to their retirement.
Business analyst needs to
ensure all stakeholders,
business as a whole, and
solution requirements and
designs are aligned to one
another!
Business analysis information will be
available for future use
Purpose involves a degree of control over
requirements
The Core Concept Model
Six Core Concepts

Change Solution Value

Need Stakeholder Context


BABOK® Guide
Stakeholder
“A group or individual with a relationship to the change,
the need, or the solution.”
BABOK® Guide - The Business Analysis Core Concept Model™
Stakeholder
“Work closely with key stakeholders to maintain
understanding, agreement, and approval of requirements and
designs.”
BABOK® Guide - The Core Concept Model in Requirements Life Cycle
Management
Need
“A problem or opportunity to be addressed.”
BABOK® Guide - The Business Analysis Core Concept Model™
Need
“Trace, prioritize and maintain requirements to ensure
that the need is met.”
BABOK® Guide - The Core Concept Model in Requirements Life
Cycle Management
The Tasks
Globomantics Crew
Requirements Life Cycle Management Tasks

“See the deadlines on this chart.”


“The requirements for this iteration are
clear.”
“Another feature to implement in the
next iteration.”
Jake
Requirements Life Cycle Management Tasks

“Let us check the scope again.”


“What do you think we should do?”

Jane
Requirements Life Cycle Management Tasks

“Improve this requirements life cycle


process!”

Steve
Requirements Life Cycle Management Tasks

Trace Prioritize Maintain


Requirements Requirements Requirements

Assess
Approve
Requirements
Changes Requirements
Business analysis is an
iterative process!
Requirements Life Cycle Management Tasks

Trace Prioritize Maintain


Requirements Requirements Requirements

Assess
Approve
Requirements
Changes Requirements
Inputs and Outputs
Inputs and Outputs

Outputs
Requirements and Designs
Inputs (traced)
Requirements Requirements and Designs
(maintained)
Requirements Life
Requirements (Verified) Requirements and Designs
Cycle Management (prioritized)
Designs Requirements and Designs
Proposed change (approved)
Requirements and Designs
Change Assessment
Management of
requirements does not
end once a solution is
implemented!