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Explain how you organize or prioritize your workload.

Asked By: wlj0328 | Asked On: May 1st, 2013

How do you know when you are successful?

Answered by: sony on: Aug 17th, 2014

It is depending on the list of tasks you are carrying for that day or week. First take the priority of business related task or issues ( example : premium payment , login credential problem productio...

How do you manage if requirements are changing rapidly

Asked By: joeboy4545 | Asked On: Jul 16th, 2008

Answered by: Ramesh Naidu on: Aug 14th, 2014

Customer suppose to change requirements. most of the customers are may not be aware on what they want actually. as a business analyst we have to identify the nature of the customer and as per that we ...

Answered by: Ben on: Apr 28th, 2013

I think you should set hard deadlines, and once that deadline passes no new submissions to the plan can be made. That way everyone knows when the work needs to be finished by and things dont keep changing all the time. If you have to keep managing change things will be in constant chaos.

Pre sales and post sales

Asked By: cpiere | Asked On: Nov 30th, 2011

Can some please explain in detail regarding the pre sales and post sales business analyst and what one has to keep in mind while doing these, also can it be done by same person?

Answered by: Noor mohammed khan.S on: Jul 17th, 2014

The work nature:

Pre Sales has to gather requirements, create proposal, make Feature List and creation of Flow Chart
Post Sales has to create SRS (Software Requirement Specification), FSD (Functional Specification Document), Use Case Diagram, ER diagram etc..,

What is the difference between brd, srs and use case documents?

Asked By: bluebunny | Asked On: Jun 28th, 2007

Answered by: Moeen khan on: Jun 21st, 2014

BRD : It documents all the high level requirement , business users needs .i . e. , what all the application has to perform to satisfy user needs . SRS : It documents all the features of the system th...

Answered by: mithr17 on: Mar 24th, 2014

@ everyone who thinks Use cases are only pictorial representation: Use cases can be presented in two ways - pictorial/diagram OR descriptive/text. This is why there exists, Use case diagram and use ca...

Business analyst domain expertise

Asked By: rekha_2484 | Asked On: May 28th, 2010

Does a business analyst need domain expertise? Justify.

Answered by: SEMU TIMT on: Jun 18th, 2014

Project managers have the responsibility for the initiation, planning, execution, and closure of a project. They must also define the project, reduce it to a set of manageable tasks, obtain appropriat...

Answered by: IT_Engineer on: Feb 22nd, 2013

You have not stated if you are referring to business domain or technical domain. Surely you have some expertise in one of these domains.

Tell about a time you had to make a decision. Explain what the decision was and the impact that it had.

Asked By: wlj0328 | Asked On: May 1st, 2013

Answered by: Sham on: Jun 5th, 2014

I had to decide what the wear this morning. The decision impacts whether others will see me as stylish, frumpy or conservative. The decision impacts my mood and overall productivity for the day.

Convert legacy system to web application

Asked By: chikmil | Asked On: Apr 15th, 2014

Project of converting legacy systems in banks- what to answer on such projects

Requirements

Asked By: chandrajeetsingh | Asked On: May 7th, 2013

How a ba handles business recks, user recks, functional recks?

Answered by: mithr17 on: Mar 24th, 2014

@ the person who posed this question: Please use correct terminology instead of SMS lingo. I think you wanted to say req.s AKA requirements and not recks. Help others help you.



Answered by: PSB on: May 10th, 2013

Proper documentation of use cases, business requirements and system data.helps to handle business wreck.

Non functional requirements

Asked By: BA_Apprentise | Asked On: Apr 13th, 2013

What are the non functional requirements and what factors make them a good nfr?

Answered by: lennox mojela on: Aug 21st, 2013

Non-functional requirements are requirements that captures the condition which describe environmental condition under which. The solution must remain effective or qualities that the system must have.

Answered by: dina on: Apr 16th, 2013

Non functional requirements are the requirements that may not be directly expressed by the end users by the business team but this requirement are still present in the system.

Tracibility matrix

Asked By: priyanka_prabhakar | Asked On: Nov 16th, 2012

How would you track changes and defects using tracibility matrix

Answered by: piyush on: Jul 18th, 2013

Traceability matrix explains how a requirement is mapped to piece of code and how that code is mapped with test case.

Answered by: Ruthrapathy.D on: Mar 5th, 2013

Traceability Matrix is a document, usually its a form of a table, that correlates any two baselined documents that require a many-to-many relationship to determine the completeness of the relationship...

Hello,i would like to know about where to start get familiar with this field as I would like to start my career as business analyst and I hold m.B.A in information technology but still some new concepts...

Asked By: khushi1 | Asked On: Feb 22nd, 2007

Answered by: SANJAY AHUJA on: Jun 12th, 2013

Hi Sanjay
Please advice me how i can find project stories for an upcoming interview in the Pharma field.They need somebody with Blueprint Requirement center exp and working with GxP implementation

Answered by: Luan Nguyen on: Mar 10th, 2011

If you are new to SDLC in general I strongly recommend Software Engineering a Practical Approach by Pressman. It has 2-3 chapters on reuirements and covers all the bases for a BA. It has good contents...

How you proceed to convert business requirement till the signoff on the documents?

Asked By: swapnil2882 | Asked On: Apr 18th, 2012

Steps carried out during initial project kick off till the requirement document sign off for a new project

Answered by: itsSumitra on: May 19th, 2013

Once the project is initiated, its Scope is defined. Analyze the project scope and its dependent applications within the system and find out the impact analysis. Do some homework on gathering the requ...

Business analyst project lead question

Asked By: wlj0328 | Asked On: May 1st, 2013

Tell about a time you led a project. Describe your role, the objectives of the project, what type of employees/resources you worked with, challenges, and the outcome

Answered by: abhishek on: May 10th, 2013

Leading to group for Project completion is a great challenge. Organize the team work. First explore what to do and what path should traverse to accomplish the task. find out the modules and sub module...

Evaluating existing processes

Asked By: wlj0328 | Asked On: May 1st, 2013

Describe your experience evaluating existing processes and recommending updates or enhancements?

Tell about a time you had to make a decision.

Asked By: wlj0328 | Asked On: May 1st, 2013

Explain what the decision was and the impact that it had.

How will a ba gather requirements if the business object is to build equity trading system?

Asked By: Simmi_Jaiswal | Asked On: Jan 10th, 2013

Answered by: suleman Khan on: Apr 30th, 2013

Functional Specification Document (FSD),
Technical Specification Document (TSD),
Business Requirement Document (BRD),
Use Case Document (UCD) or Business Case and Security Quality Requirement Engineering Document (SQUARE)

How do you estimate the delivery of a document?

Asked By: BA_Apprentise | Asked On: Apr 13th, 2013

What factors help you determine when the document can be delivered?

What analysis and modeling techniques should ba use to translate business objectives into system requirements? Say, business object is to develop trading system.

Asked By: Simmi_Jaiswal | Asked On: Jan 10th, 2013

Answered by: Anirban on: Mar 14th, 2013

1. Brain Stromming
2. Prototype
3. Document Analysis
4. Observation
5. Interviewing
6. Interface System Analysis

Difference between pm and ba

Asked By: mm67kevin | Asked On: Mar 13th, 2012

What is the difference between a project manager and a business analyst ?

Answered by: IT_Engineer on: Feb 22nd, 2013

When the project originates within the business unit, the Business Analyst writes the Business Case which funds the project. The Project Manager is brought in later to lead the implementation of the ...

Answered by: Deepthi on: Sep 18th, 2012

Project Manager: The PMO (The Project Management) office assigns the Project Manager in the initial phase of the product development. The PM does all the Enterprise analysis which include the Feasibil...

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