The Virtual Business Analyst will allow for a successful plan of action when
a task or project needs to be completed.  This site will save you Time and
Money.  A Business Analyst is a key factor when planning a change in any
part of the corporation,  

STAN'S, a fictitious corporation but a corporation resembling any major
corporation,  will show the links between business goals, business
functions, organizational units, and services provided by departments.  
This is important because communication between the linked organization
department is major step in any project or task.   This assures changes
made will be clarified by the linked department.  Changes that might cause
scope creep in your
SDLC plan.

The Business Analyst of your corporation will have all these tools.  If you
don't have a Business Analyst in your corporation this site should be of
some help.  Follow the Critical Path below.  When doing the Stakeholder
Analysis navigate through these departments. All links should be check and
followed through identifying how that change could affect the business.  
Start your process by clicking on the requesting department and noting all
departments affected.  

This will help you with the storyboard. (A step in the feasibility phase of your
project.  The visual of how your business is run,)
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Virtual Business Analyst
Supporting Multiple department and Communicate need to others
  • Assessing the impact of the change
  • Capturing and documenting requirements
  • Delivering requirements between relationships
  • Deliver effective solutions with a good business plan
  • Provide tangible business benefits
  • Manage change across the whole business
  • Following the process all the way through of the SDLC
Performing tasks
Supporting Multiple department and Communicate need to others

When a need or opportunity arises it will be time to initiate your project and
follow these steps.

    Operational units - A framework of the current process at hand.(As is)
    Staff involved in the process change.  Both internal to the department
    and external.  What are the Business need and problems.

    Stakeholder Map - Titles vs Roles. Expected input risks all as part of
    your Stakeholder Analysis.  Communication Requirements. Identify the
    involved parties as part of your Communication Matrix

    Functions - By finding the identities you can determine the operational
    cost.  What services are being provided.

    Processes - Now you will determine what Task(s) will need to be
    changed. Data used, and how it being used.
Business Analyst Business As-IS
Supporting Multiple department and Communicate need to others

Business Analyst Proposed Process

Once you know how it is done, now you have to determine your objective.  
What are your business needs?

    High Level Analysis- What is going to be different? (Gap Analysis) What
    are the requirements? What, if any Case Studies have been done?
    What is the vision of the change and scope of the project? All part of
    the RFP.


    Detail Analysis - Functional and Non Functional Requirements.
    Business flow of the process.  Outline the change. Data Flow,
    Business Rules.

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Supporting Multiple department and Communicate need to others

Development and Production


    Be involved in the Data Modeling.  Assist with the Architectural Design.

    After the unit testing of the process. Understand the Technical Design
    and Specifications.   

    Prepare the staff and affected areas for the change to come.  Set up
    training.  Present functionality and behavior changes.

    Set up test scenarios, scripts, and validation reports

    Create a User Acceptance Test plan

    Identify any new problems

    Create a Test Exit Report with approvals, change history,  test
    executed, quality of test, any defects, outstanding issues and action
    plan for those issues

    Make sure all training has been accomplished

    Distribute  User Manuals

    Determine Go Live and Communicate

    Attend Post Implementation meeting for Lessons learned on the project
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       Supporting Information

IIBA - International Institute of Business Analysis- definition of a Business
Analysis is the practice of enabling change in an organizational context, by
defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to
stakeholders.

IIBA has a Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®
(BABOK®Guide) with a set of tasks and techniques that are used to
perform business analysis.

You can Apply for the
Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) a
business analysis certification for the senior business analyst from IIBA.

Critical Path of a Business Analyst

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Virtual Business Analyst