Business Analyst's Mentor Book: With Best Practice Business Analysis Techniques and Software Requirements Management Tips

  • Title: Business Analyst's Mentor Book: With Best Practice Business Analysis Techniques and Software Requirements Management Tips
  • Author: Emrah Yayici
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  • Page: 125
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Business Analyst s Mentor Book With Best Practice Business Analysis Techniques and Software Requirements Management Tips Business Analyst s Mentor Book includes tips and best practices in a broad range of topics like business analysis skills requirements gathering and documentation scope management change request manage
    Business Analyst s Mentor Book includes tips and best practices in a broad range of topics like business analysis skills requirements gathering and documentation scope management change request management conflict management use cases UML agile and waterfall methodologies user interface design usability testing software testing automation tools Real Business Analyst s Mentor Book includes tips and best practices in a broad range of topics like business analysis skills requirements gathering and documentation scope management change request management conflict management use cases UML agile and waterfall methodologies user interface design usability testing software testing automation tools Real life examples are provided to help readers apply these best practices in their own IT organizations.The book answers the most frequent questions of business analysts regarding software requirements management.

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      Published :2019-07-21T02:00:48+00:00

    About Emrah Yayici


    1. Emrah Yayici contributes to IIBA International Institute of Business Analysis as a chapter President He is the author of the best selling Business Analysis Methodology Book, Business Analyst s Mentor Book, UX Design and Usability Mentor Book, Design Thinking Methodology Book, and Creativity Artful Thinking for Innovative Business and Technology.He is one of the managing partners of UXservices, BA Works and Keytorc He started his career as a technology and management consultant at Arthur Andersen and Accenture Afterward he led global enterprise transformation projects at Beko Grundig Electronics During his career he has managed multinational and cross functional project teams in banking, insurance, telecommunications, media, consumer electronics, IT industries, and startups He is one of the board members of ArtBizTech artbiztech He also contributed to UXPA User Experience Professionals Association as a member and ISTQB International Software Testing Board as a former international board member.He is now sharing his experience about business analysis, design thinking, entrepreneurship, product management, product development, customer experience design, UX design, usability, and quality assurance by publishing articles and books, leading training sessions, and speaking at conferences.


    357 Comments


    1. Great start for a junior business analyst, read this book if you need an introduction into the topic but not if you are looking for extensive and detailed technical knowledge about being a BA

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    2. Want o read

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    3. The book was great and answered some of my questions regarding the BA's role. He included quotes and analogies to help bring the reader visualize the concept, which I greatly appreciated! I would read other books written by him as he talks real-world stuff vs. textbook or the 'way things should be' ideals. I would have liked to have more depth and less agile modeling, but that's where I currently am in my role. It's a quick read; have your highlighter handy as there's some really great stuff bet [...]

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    4. High Level with Nuggets of Wisdom; No SpecificsNot a bad intro, but nothing specific or actionable. Definitely some nuggets of advice that merit "above average", but the entire book felt like a one way brain dump from a practitioner. If you have some BA knowledge, or looking for a roadmap, this is not your book.

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    5. Incomplete and incorrect information. The content looks like written by an inexperienced person trying to be a Business Analyst. The language is very casual and cannot be called as BA quality. Many definitions and concepts do not align with BABOK.

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    6. Great summary information on being a BA with lots of valuable industry tidbits.

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    7. Pretty good and concise guide to business analysis. Roles-focussed book. Lacks a little on specific techniques (e.g tools used for requirements elicitation)

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    8. It's mostly for IT related business analysis/project management. Some skills are really helpful in my current project experience.

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    9. It's just like a senior BA giving good, clear and memorable advice to a junior BA. In easily digestible chunks, I found it really useful. Would recommend it for any junior Business Analysts.

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