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Agile Business Analysis: Enabling Continuous Improvement of Requirements, Project Scope, and Agile Project Results

Agile Business Analysis: Enabling Continuous Improvement of Requirements, Project Scope, and Agile Project Results
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Author: Kevin Aguanno, Ori Schibi

ISBN-13: 978-1604271485

Agile Business Analysis discusses trends in the business analysis and agile environments, how these two areas align and promote each other, and identifies areas of responsibility and ownership for the business analyst (BA). Readers will learn ways BAs can provide support to agile projects through modeling techniques; documentation; communication, meetings and reporting; governance; building user stories, elaborating requirements, and facilitating the estimating process; ensuring effective application of lessons, improvements, and efficiencies; and much more. The book is designed for BAs of all levels, from all types of environments.

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