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BABOK 3.0 Study Tables

BABOK 3.0 Study Tables
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Authors: Richard Larson, Elizabeth Larson
Paperback: 47 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0692731642

Our BABOK Study Tables give you an overview of the BABOK Guide v3 in a comprehensive and detailed, yet highly visual package. If you are studying for the CBAP Certified Business Analysis Professional or CCBA Certified Competency in Business Analysis Preparation, these study tables are a must. These colorful robust tables are designed for independent study or for use with study groups or training classes. They also are a valuable aid on the job as a quick-reference resource.

How our Study Tables will help you:

  • Drill on and memorize key concepts of the BABOK that will help you prepare for the CBAP or CCBA exam
  • Use as a quick reference when you need to access specific information from the BABOK before and after your exam
  • Reinforce important material in a visual way from the BABOK and our CBAP Certification Study Guide v3.0 so you learn and retain the information.

Special features:

  • Two Knowledge Area and Task cross-references
  • Color-coded for easy identification of Knowledge Areas and to aid in recall
  • For each BABOK task, see each task s Description, Inputs, Elements, Techniques, Stakeholders, and Outputs, all on one page
  • For each of the 50 BABOK techniques, view the Technique s definition, plus Elements, Advantages/Disadvantages, Usage, and Purpose - again, all on one page
  • For each of the task-specific techniques, get the Usage and Purpose
  • A Knowledge Area technique cross-reference to put the techniques in context and show where each is used

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