A. Application fees
B. Lifecycle fee
C. TCO - Total cost of ownership
D. COTS fees
A. Business Need
B. Stakeholder concerns
C. Solution Approach
D. Solution Scope
A. Implementation subject matter expert
B. End user
C. Domain subject matter expert
D. Project manager
A. Models are slices of the project solution.
B. Models simplify the requirements for common stakeholders.
C. Models are statistics for the return on investment, time saved, and other mathematics.
D. Models abstract and simplify reality.
A. BA plan
B. Budget plan
C. Project plan
D. Business analysis communication plan
A. Requirements Structure matrix
B. Requirements traceability matrix
C. Coverage matrix
D. Requirements trace matrix
A. Scoring System
B. Acceptance and evaluation criteria
C. Vendor assessment
D. Stakeholder assessment
A. Communications in a change-driven approach to business analysis focus more on the frequency of communication.
B. Communications in a change-driven approach typically use face-to-face channels.
C. Communications in a change-driven approach focus more on formal communications.
D. Communications in a change-driven approach are all ad hoc.
A. Solution Scope
B. A repository
C. A project scope statement
D. A requirements plan System
A. The vendor believes the software should arrive by April lth
B. The software must be compatible with Apple OS
C. The software must cost less than $50 per license
D. The hardware must costs less than $2,500 per unit.
A. lt's important to identify the stakeholders so the business analyst knows who to report to.
B. It's important to identify the stakeholders so the business analyst knows who to bill for the project.
C. It's important to identify the stakeholder so the business analyst can help ensure the timely delivery of the requirements deliverables.
D. It's important to identify the stakeholders so the stakeholders know who the business analyst is.
A. Tracing a requirement means to look at a requirement and the others to which it is related. It links risk, cost, quality, and scope elements to stakeholder and solution requirements to other artifacts created by the team and to solution components.
B. Tracing a requirement means to look at a requirement and the others to which it is related. It links business requirements to stakeholder and solution requirements to other artifacts created by the team and to solution components.
C. Tracing a requirement means to look at a requirement and the others to which it is related. It links business requirements to components in the project's work breakdown structure.
D. Tracing a requirement means to track a requirements from its first identification all the way to its completion to see what issues, risks, costs, quality, and defects have surrounded the requirement
A. During the project's launch.
B. Towards the beginning of the project.
C. During the project scope management processes.
D. Towards the end of the project.
A. Process modeling
B. Data modeling
C. Functional decomposition
D. Scope modeling
A. Paolo will use the appropriate documentation at the discretion of the business analysis team
B. Paolo will use the project management information system.
C. Paolo will use whatever business analysis forms are most appropriate.
D. Paolo will use standardized templates.
A. Business goals and objectives
B. Project Scope
C. Solution assessment
A. Any constraints that may prevent the solution from fulfilling the requirement
B. Write in the active voice
C. Describe a situation or problem
D. List any stakeholder assumptions
A. Requirements for solutions acceptance
C. Team roles
D. Analysis technique
A. Determine an appropriate format for the presentation.
B. Confirm that he has the authority to host the presentation.
C. Confirm that the stakeholders have signed off on the requirements.
D. Hire a scribe to keep the minutes of the meeting.
A. Business case and Project Plan
B. Technical dependencies
C. Elicitation techniques
D. Organization readiness assessment and BA Plan(s)
A. Risk Analysis
B. Decision analysis
C. Options Analysis
D. Alternative generation
A. Assess scope options
B. Assess proposed solution
C. Assess organizational readiness
D. Allocate requirements
A. The conflict will need to be resolved through research, resolution, or through third-party mediation.
B. Gary and Janet will need to determine who has seniority in the company to determine which requirement takes precedence.
C. The conflict will need to be removed from the solution scope until Gary and Janet come to a solution.
D. The business analyst will need to make a decision on which requirement is most appropriate.
A. You may need to determine the cost of each requirement.
B. You may need to determine the schedule for each requirement.
C. You may need to determine which requirements are most critical so the analysis and implementation efforts focus on the most critical requirements.
D. You may need to determine which requirements are most critical so additional risk analysis can be completed on those requirements.