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BABOK® by Speed-dating


Facilitated by CBAP®s

BASSA 2012



Workshop Objective

BABOK® Introduction

The study methods used

Mind map



Flash cards

Pictures and Data Flows

Words/Point Form/Notes

Workshop Structure


Workshop Objective

To gain an overview of the BABOK®

To focus on specific sections of the BABOK®

To practise different forms of study methods


Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®

(BABOK® Guide)

The BABOK® Guide contains a description of generally accepted

practices in the field of business analysis.

The BABOK® Guide describes business analysis areas of

knowledge, their associated activities and tasks, and the skills

necessary to be effective in their execution


Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®

(BABOK® Guide)

Business analysis is 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.

A business analyst is any person who performs business

analysis activities, no matter what their job title or organizational role may be.


BABOK® Guide

9 chapters Ch1=Introduction 6 KA Ch8=UC CH9=Techniques


BABOK® Guide

BA Planning & Monitoring


Requirements Analysis

Requirements Management & Communication

Enterprise Analysis

Underlying Competencies

Solution Assessment and Validation



BABOK® Guide


BABOK® Guide

What is a Domain? A domain is the area

undergoing analysis.


BABOK® Guide

What is a Solution?

A solution is a set of changes to the current state of an organization

that are made in order

to enable that organization

to meet a business need,

solve a problem, or

take advantage of an



BABOK® Guide

What is Requirement? A condition or capability needed by a stakeholder to solve a problem or achieve an objective. A condition or capability that must be met or

possessed by a solution or solution component to satisfy a contract, standard, specification, or other formally imposed documents.


Study Methods

Did you notice all the study methods used in the

previous slides?

Mind map



Flash cards

Pictures and Data Flows


Workshop Structure

Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6 stay at your table Sandy

Labuschagne Janet Wood Robin Grace Ada Steenkamp Lesley Blencowe Pat Maher Solution Assessment and Validation BA Planning & Monitoring Elicitation Requirements Management & Communication Enterprise Analysis Requirements Analysis Underlying Competencies Chapter 7 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 8 Diagram/pictorial Tabulate Flash cards Mind map Mnemonic Rhymes Written word

Group 1 7.1 Assess Proposed Solution 2.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach 3.1 Prepare for Elicitation 4.1 Manage Solution Scope & Requirements 5.1 Define Business Need 6.1 Prioritize Requirements 8.1 Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving Group 2 7.2 Allocate Requirements 2.2 Conduct Stakeholder Analysis 3.2 Conduct Elicitation Activity 4.2 Manage Requirements Traceability 5.2 Assess Capability Gaps 6.2 Organize Requirements 8.2 Behavioral Characteristics Group 3 7.3 Assess Organizational Readiness 2.3 Plan Business Analysis Activities 3.3 Document Elicitation Results 4.3 Maintain Requirements for Re-use Technique: 9.32 SWOT Analysis 9.25 Root Cause Analysis 6.3 Specify and Model Requirements 8.3 Business Knowledge Group 4 7.4 Define Transition Requirements 2.4 Plan Business Analysis Communication 3.4 Confirm Elicitation Results Technique: 9.26 Scenarios and Use Cases 5.3 Determine Solution Approach 6.4 Define Assumptions and Constraints 8.4 Communication Skills Group 5 7.5 Validate Solution 2.5 Plan Requirements Management Process Technique: 9.18 Observation 9.9 Doc Analysis 4.4 Prepare Requirements Package 5.4 Define Solution Scope 6.5 Verify

Requirements 8.5 Interaction Skills

Group 6 7.6 Evaluate Solution Performance 2.6 Manage Business Analysis Performance Technique: 9.3 Brainstorming 9.11 Focus Groups 4.5 Communicate Requirements 5.5 Define Business Case 6.6 Validate Requirements 8.6 Software Applications


Workshop Times

Start End Station

Duration (minutes)

08:00 08:15 Introduction 15

08:15 08:40 Session 1 25

08:40 08:45 Move to next table 5

08:45 09:10 Session 2 25

09:10 09:15 Move to next table 5

09:15 09:40 Session 3 25

09:40 09:45 Move to next table 5

09:45 10:10 Session 4 25

10:10 10:30 TEA 20

10:30 10:55 Session 5 25

10:55 11:00 Move to next table 5

11:00 11:25 Session 6 25

11:25 11:30 Explain UC topic 5

11:30 11:50 Session 7 20


Session 1


Session 2


Session 3


Session 4




Session 5


Session 6


Underlying Competencies

11:25 – 11:30

8.1 Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving

8.2 Behavioural Characteristics

8.3 Business Knowledge

8.4 Communication Skills

8.5 Interaction Skills


Session 7


Feedback and Collation

11:50 – 12:00

Please answer the following questions: 1. What did you expect this workshop to be?

2. Were your expectations met? (If no, please explain)

3. Did you get value from the session? (If no, please explain)

4. What was good about the workshop?

5. What could be improved upon?

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Thank you

Sandy Labuschagne, CBAP®

Janet Wood , CBAP®

Robin Grace , CBAP®

Ada Steenkamp , CBAP®

Lesley Blencowe , CBAP®

Pat Maher , CBAP®


Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6 stay at your table


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