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New Post 4/17/2009 12:53 AM
User is offline waqas
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BABOK 2.0 

Hi ,

I am Waqas, I have just joined this forum. 

Just wanted to ask the experts of this forum to give me a link to download BABOK 2.0 final version.  ( Please share a rapidshare link or torrent etc ) 

I am jumping into Business Analysis and need a proper way to get into the field with the most authentic knowledge.

I have version 1 and draft version of Babok 2.0 but i need the final one.

I am in a third world country and cannot actually buy from IIBA ..

Sharing knowledge is always good, so please share .


New Post 4/20/2009 2:02 AM
User is offline KJ
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Re: BABOK 2.0 

Greetings Wagas,

Its definitely not ethical to assist you in the manner that you suggested. As a budging analyst, what other options are available to you?

warm regards,



New Post 8/13/2009 9:32 AM
User is offline Abdul Aziz
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Re: BABOK 2.0 

Would you like to share that draft version of BABOK V2.0 as you said "Sharing knowledge is always good, so please share."

New Post 8/14/2009 11:04 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: BABOK 2.0 
Modified By Craig Brown  on 8/15/2009 1:06:02 AM)



The IIBA has put a price on their BABOK product.  They have also put a condition on purchasors to not share it for the usual copyright reasons.  Any professional business analyst can't share this document with you without breaking a set of professional ethics.

On the other hand this site has plenty of high quality and free content.  Check out the resources section and get reading.

Good luck.

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