The new standard in Business Analysis
Business Analysis continues to evolve since the release of the IIBA® Global Business Analysis Core Standard in 2017. Over the years, therefore, the need and opportunity has arisen to revisit its content and structure to meet the needs of the global community of Business Analysis.
The new Business Analysis Standard summarizes proven concepts and practices as a benchmark for business value creation. The standard also aligns with the key principles for standards development outlined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO):
- It was co-created with the IIBA global business analysis community following a multi-stakeholder process
- The leaders and professionals of business analysis have been chosen:
- from the global business analysis community;
- in the different organizations representing the various industrial sectors;
- among those who have worked on different initiatives.
- Multiple review cycles ensured that the opinion of all experts was considered to ensure worldwide representation
- A consensus approach was followed.
In conclusion, the new Business Analysis Standard provides direction for the future development of the Body of Knowledge® Business Analysis Guide (Babok Guide). To this end, IIBA periodically updates the standard to align it with the evolving needs of the business analysis community.
IIBA’s other assets and blog articles
Ricordiamo inoltre gli ulteriori asset di IIBA®: Babok® Guide v3, Agile Extension, Guide to Business Data Analytics, Guide to Product Ownership Analysis, Business Analysis Competency Model® v4, Startegy to Execution Framework, Cybersecurity Analysis. Per ognuno di questi riportiamo di seguito gli articoli presenti nel blog.
IIBA Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK® Guide) v3 with its companion the Business Analysis Core Concept Model™ (BACCM™)
Guide to Business Data Analytics. Guide describing the concepts of Business Data Analytics and how they relate to the practice of Business Analysis
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Guide to Product OwnershipAnalysis. Guide covering the discipline of Product Ownership Analysis (POA)
IIBA’s Business Analysis Competency Model® v4. The model describes the knowledge, skills, abilities, and characteristics required for a person to perform effectively in Business Analysis.
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Strategy to Execution Framework. The guide to strategic Business Analysis, enabling factor for Business Transformation
Cybersecurity Analysis. The result of the partnership of IIBA and IEEE to provide a robust perspective of what companies and Business Analysts need to know to be prepared to meet today’s Cybersecurity challenges