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A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge(r) (Babok(r) Guide) [Anglais] [Broché]

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A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge(R) (BABOK(R) Guide) This edition explains the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and to recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals. Full description

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  • Broché: 272 pages
  • Editeur : International Institute of Business Analysis (31 mars 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0981129218
  • ISBN-13: 978-0981129211
  • Dimensions du produit: 27,7 x 20,8 x 1,8 cm
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Un ouvrage de référence pour les professionnels 27 octobre 2010
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Un ouvrage qui commence à devenir une référence et qui sera utile aux analystes (business analysts) expérimentés.
Ce n'est pas une introduction à l'analyse des besoins, ni un ouvrage de pédagogie mais une "somme" comme son titre l'indique(body of knowledge = corpus des connaissances).
Comme beaucoup d'ouvrages de référence, celui-ci est difficile à lire. Il n'y a pas de fil conducteur, les "underlying competencies" sont classées par ordre alphabétique, et les différentes techniques sont présentées de manière neutre.
C'est un excellent ouvrage de référence, à déconseiller vivement aux débutants (si par hasard l'idée leur prenait).
Difficile à noter (Je mets *** faute de pouvoir m'abstenir).
Notons que la totalité de l'ouvrage peut être consultée gratuitement sur Google books, et que la version 1.6 est téléchargeable gratuitement.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 BABOK is a Great Checklist (Tells You What, but not How) 19 avril 2012
Par G. Mesick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I teach a university continuing ed course in Business Analysis, using this as the primary text. Students take the course to prepare for the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) exam--or to get our school certificate in the subject matter, so they can show employers they can do this work. What work? Why, the work outlined in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge!

This book will tell you everything you need to know to be an expert Business Analyst. And then you will have to go elsewhere to learn how to do all those things.

Some students are disappointed that this book doesn't actually TEACH them how to do a Business Case, for example. It only tells them what their contribution to a Business Case should be, and it tells them what the general elements of a business case are (and identifies techniques useful in developing those elements). Likewise for all the other pieces of a Business Analyst's work.

In addition, some students struggle with the model depictions of the work (a diagram showing how one piece relates to another). For some, this is a whole new language. Once you understand what is in the diagram, it makes a great chapter (or section) summary. But it isn't intuitive, unless you have the background necessary to understand the diagram.

But if you want to prepare for the IIBA exam, or complete a certificate course in this area, you must come to terms with the BABOK. Accept no substitute. Just don't expect that this book alone will make you an expert Business Analyst in all the areas you must master. It won't. But it will tell you what it is that you need to learn, in a systematic and complete way.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 The BABOK isn't really sure what it wants to be 15 mai 2013
Par Elases - Publié sur Amazon.com
The BABOK was the required text for a certification course that doubled as a exam prep class which was a mistake.

The BABOK is NOT meant to be a textbook so instructors please stop trying to use it as one. It adopts a format with each topic to include: purpose, description, input, elements, techniques, stakeholders, output and then forces EVERY topic to adhere to that format which often felt forced, clunky and out of place. It does not explain HOW to do anything just that it may or may not need to be done. For example under requirements for re-use a Configuration Management Systems is needed but it doesn't tell you general information that would need to be included or how to set one up or even what it is. I understand that every business, process and project will be different so they want to keep the perspective broad but there are key components of each collaboration that are not addressed which is a disservice to BA's trying improve their skills or BA departments/organizations trying to set standards. There are NO examples in this book (not even of a basic requirement), no sample project so you can see how it all fits together or give a concept context which are only two reasons why this makes for a horrible textbook. There were obviously multiple contributors/writers for the book (some of whom were my instructors) so it reads a little hodge podge at times. There is no flow.

The BABOK is also NOT a resource guide. It's too wordy, vague and inefficient and there's no direct way to any topic. It will take you longer to find your topic then to just look it up on the internet. Once you find your topic the information is sparse (which is what you would expect from a resource guide) but definitions are filled with industry "speak" (lots of big words but says nothing). And again the flow is a head scratcher. For example Defining Business Need which I think of as one of the first tasks in a process isn't addressed until Chapter 5.

Since this class was also a prep class for the exam we took "quizzes" every week and the questions were samples from the actual exam. If that is true then this book is the ULTIMATE STUDY GUIDE. Memorize it word for word because the answers to the questions on the quiz were taken word for word from the text. Regurgitate the text on exam day and voilà you'll be the envy of BA's everywhere.

To be fair after much criticism the IIBA did come out and say the BABOK is not meant to be a textbook OR a resource guide but I'm unclear what it was meant to be. Too bad IIBA didn't take this opportunity to raise the bar and set some basic standards for all BA's.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent run down of business analysis tasks, skills, and techniques for those working on projects 10 juillet 2009
Par David Morrs - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge covers the whole breadth of business analysis from project start-up to post-implementation reviews. I think it's great for everyone, whether at entry level or experienced senior level.

It splits the discipline into six key knowledge areas:
* Business analysis planning and monitoring
* Elicitation
* Requirements management and communication
* Enterprise analysis
* Requirements analysis
* Solution assessment and validation

What's especially good is that it puts such a strong focus on planning and managing what we have to do, as well as going through the basics of eliciting, documenting and analysing, communicating, assessing, and validating.

Alongside these 6 knowledge areas, it also has a whole section on underlying compentencies (the 'soft' skills we need as business analysts), and another detailing 34 techniques we typically use.

For those that have already seen/used version 1.6, there are some key differences. The layout, tone, and diagrams are more consistent; the techniques are in their own separate section (rather than spread through the knowledge areas); the tasks that encroached slightly on the project/line management disciplines have been removed; and the enterprise analysis knowledge area has become more focused on what I would call 'problem analysis'.

A great reference that I keep on my desk all the time -- and I'm really looking forward to the next publication which will focus more fully on the Strategic aspects of what was covered under enterprise analysis in version 1.6.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great reference book for experienced Business Analysts 30 octobre 2010
Par Veronique from KnitwearPatterns - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having worked as a Business Analyst for the past 15 years, I found this book to be a great reference book for experienced Business Analysts. It is well written, clearly organised. I use it as a reference when I run out of BA ideas on projects which lack structure. It always shows me a way forward. There is nothing new or ground breaking in it but it is a nice resource to have at hand. Very comprehensive for the waterfall model. It is missing the agile approach but I think that will come later.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Expensive, but good 16 juin 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great reference. It's more of a reference than a tutorial or guide. Really expensive, but cheaper than the IIBA membership!
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