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Return to Book Page. Business Analiys Body of Knowledge, version 2. Get A Copy. Published by International Institute of Business Analysis. More Details Other Editions 7. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. This is a study book that illustrates in detail the various methods, techniques, and other aspects of Business Analysis according to the IIBA Standards. The book is only good for readers wanting to sit for IIBA examination or a go for some deep studies in the area of Business Analysis. I don't recommend this book for people attempting to create some general understanding of Business Analysis as it goes really deep and uses very technical language in this field.
As of the purpose of the book, it is This is a study book that illustrates in detail the various methods, techniques, and other aspects of Business Analysis according to the IIBA Standards.
As of the purpose of the book, it is a great asset. Dec 28, Tony Tones rated it liked it. The information is useful, but poor written; it is as if the book was not properly planned, so there are paragraphs tacked on the end of each chapter, that could have been included as part of the body of a particular chapter.
Hope to take the test this year A well defined book, lacks examples however as a primer to being a BA it is an excellent start.
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The first formal release was at version 1. Version 2. Version 3 was released in April Once the body of knowledge was established, IIBA created the Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP designation to recognise senior business analysts who could demonstrate in-depth long-term experience in these knowledge areas 5—10 years in a dedicated business analyst role. IIBA also offers the Certification of Competency on Business Analysis CCBA designation that recognizes Business Analysts with hours business analysis experience, including hours experience in two knowledge areas or hours experience in four knowledge areas, and 21 professional development hours. For both certifications above the applicant must have a minimum high school education or equivalent , two references from a career manager, client or Certified Business Analyst Professional and sign the IIBA Code of Conduct. Each task describes the typical knowledge, skills, deliverables, and techniques that the business analyst requires to be able to perform those tasks competently.