When the discipline of business analysis first established itself, it was important that it be differentiated from other disciplines. Part of this distinction was that business analysis focuses on the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of a solution, rather than the ‘how’ – the latter being the responsibility of solution architects, developers, and the like.
Ever had issues defining scope, or struggled with the problems that arise when scope changes? This article explores scope in four dimensions, and how we can cope better.
Innovation depends on good business analysis, and strong business analysis has to include innovation. This article (previously published on BA Times) explores this.