Position: Analyst Consultant
|Presentation: Abstract thinking – How do we break it down to concrete thoughts
Thomas Edison wrote, “The value of a good idea is in using it”. In order for an idea to be usable, we have to bring it down to a realistic and tangible base. Being able to move an idea or thought from an abstract level to a concrete base is extremely important in business analysis. Have you ever had a stakeholder give you a wishful idea or thought? Have you ever had a thought or an idea and tried to flesh it out into something that is ready to be used? Have you ever struggled with a thought that you need to expand into a written report or requirement? Maybe even building a presentation is a challenge. This presentation will introduce you to a structured way to overcome these challenges.
BABOK V3 Alignment: Chapter 4: Elicitation and Collaboration, Chapter 7: Requirements Analysis and Design Definition, Chapter 9: Underlying Competencies