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Appendix D: Summary of Changes from BABOK® Guide v 2.0

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Summary of Changes from BABOK® Guide v 2.0



Knowledge Areas

Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring

The focus and name of this knowledge area remains the same for version 3.



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Some tasks were renamed, one new task was added and some elements were

moved around. Version 3 continues to address the business analyst's role in

defining the business analysis work and defining the approach for the initiative.

2.0 Task: Business Analysis Planning

and Monitoring



3.0 Task: Business Analysis Planning

and Monitoring



2.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach



3.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach



Prioritization and Change

Management content shifted to 3.3

Plan Business Analysis Governance

2.2 Conduct Stakeholder Analysis



3.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement



2.3 Plan Business Analysis Activities



3.1 Plan Business Analysis Approach



2.4 Plan Business Analysis

Communication



3.2 Plan Stakeholder Engagement



2.5 Plan Requirements Management

Process



3.4 Plan Business Analysis Information

Management



Prioritization and Change

Management content shifted to 3.3

Plan Business Analysis Governance

2.6 Manage Business Analysis

Performance



3.5 Identify Business Analysis

Performance Improvements



Elicitation (Version 2.0 name) is now

Elicitation and Collaboration (Version 3 name)

The focus of this knowledge area remains similar but has expanded to include

communication topics from version 2.0 and the new topic of collaboration.

In addition, the simpler content from version 2.0 was expanded to provide more

guidance for practitioners. Also, an explicit reference to unplanned elicitation is

made to acknowledge the informal elicitation that can occur during conversation.

Business analysis information is also referenced throughout rather than just

requirements as the object of elicitation.

2.0 Task: Elicitation



3.0 Task: Elicitation and Collaboration



3.1 Prepare for Elicitation



4.1 Prepare for Elicitation



3.2 Conduct Elicitation Activity



4.2 Conduct Elicitation



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3.4 Confirm Elicitation Results



4.3 Confirm Elicitation Results



3.3 Document Elicitation Results



4.4 Communicate Business Analysis

Information



n/a



4.5 Manage Stakeholder

Collaboration



Requirements Management and Communication (Version 2.0 name)

is now Requirements Life Cycle Management (Version 3 name)

Requirements Life Cycle Management was determined to be a more appropriate

name for this knowledge area in order to emphasize that requirements have their

own life cycle and that requirements management is an ongoing activity.



2.0 Task: Requirements Management

and Communication



3.0 Task: Requirements Life Cycle

Management



4.1 Manage Solution Scope and

Requirements



5.1 Trace Requirements

5.5 Approve Requirements



Solution Scope Management is

addressed within 5.1 Trace

Requirements. Conflict and Issue

Management and Presenting

Requirements for Review are

addressed in 5.5 Approve

Requirements.

4.2 Manage Requirements Traceability



5.1 Trace Requirements



Relationships and Configuration

Management are addressed in 5.1

Trace Requirements. Impact Analysis is

addressed in 5.4 Assess Requirements

Changes.



5.4 Assess Requirements Changes



4.3 Maintain Requirements for Reuse



5.2 Maintain Requirements



4.4 Prepare Requirements Package



4.4 Communicate Business Analysis

Information



4.5 Communicate Requirements



4.4 Communicate Business Analysis

Information



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Communication activities were shifted from this knowledge area to the Elicitation

and Collaboration knowledge area.



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5.3 Prioritize Requirements

Moved from 6.1 Prioritize

Requirements (v2.0)

N/A



5.5 Approve Requirements

New task which includes the concepts

from the v2 Elements Conflict and

Issue Management , Presenting

Requirements for Review and

Approval from the v2 Task Manage

Solution Scope and Requirements.



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Enterprise Analysis (Version 2.0 name) is now

Strategy Analysis (Version 3 name)

This knowledge area has taken on a new name and expanded purpose.

Enterprise Analysis focused on the upfront work the business analyst conducted

at the start of a project. Strategy Analysis is broader and includes the work the

business analyst conducts to understand the current state of the business, to

define the desired future state, to develop a change strategy to achieve the

desired business outcomes and to assess the risks inherent in the change strategy.

2.0 Task: Enterprise Analysis



3.0 Task: Strategy Analysis



5.1 Define Business Need



6.1 Analyze Current State, 6.2 Define

Future State



Business Problem or Opportunity is

addressed in 6.1 Analyze Current

State. Business Goals and Objectives

and Desired Outcome are addressed in

6.2 Define Future State.

5.2 Assess Capability Gaps

Current Capability Analysis is

addressed in 6.1 Analyze Current

State. Assessment of New Capability

Requirements and Assumptions are

addressed in 6.2 Define Future State.

5.3 Determine Solution Approach

Alternative Generation and

Assumptions and Constraints are

addressed in 6.2 Define Future State.

Ranking and Selection of Approaches

is addressed in 7.5 Define Design

Options and 7.6 Analyze Potential

Value and Recommend Solution.



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6.1 Analyze Current State, 6.2 Define

Future State, 6.4 Define Change

Strategy

Define Change Strategy includes a

Gap Analysis which was not explicitly

identified in 5.2 Assess Capability

Gaps but was the intent of the task.

6.2 Define Future State, 7.5 Define

Design Options (v3 Requirements

Analysis and Design Definition

knowledge area), 7.6 Analyze

Potential Value and Recommend

Solution (v3 Requirements Analysis

and Design Definition knowledge

area)



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5.4 Define Solution Scope



6.4 Define Change Strategy



5.5 Define Business Case



7.6 Analyze Potential Value and

Recommend Solution (Requirements

Analysis and Design Definition

knowledge area), 10.7 Business Cases

(Technique)



Requirements Analysis (Version 2.0 name) is now

Requirements Analysis and Design Definition (Version 3 name)

This knowledge area was renamed to accommodate expanded content.



2.0 Task: Requirements Analysis



3.0 Task: Requirements Analysis and

Design Definition



6.1 Prioritize Requirements



5.3 Prioritize Requirements (v3

Requirements Life Cycle Management

knowledge area)



6.2 Organize Requirements



7.4 Define Requirements Architecture



6.3 Specify and Model Requirements



7.1 Specify and Model Requirements



6.4 Define Assumptions and

Constraints



6.2 Define Future State (v3 Strategy

Analysis knowledge area) and 7.6

Analyze Potential Value and

Recommend Solution



Assumptions and Business Constraints

are addressed in 6.2 Define Future

State. Technical Constraints are

addressed in 7.6 Analyze Potential

Value and Recommend Solution

6.5 Verify Requirements



7.2 Verify Requirements



6.6 Validate Requirements



7.3 Validate Requirements



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Version 3 now addresses the topic of design and explains where business analysts

have involvement with design activities. Requirements Analysis and Design

Definition also incorporates some of the tasks from the version 2.0 Solution

Assessment and Validation. Activities involved with the proposed solution

assessment—before any construction of a solution; whether in part or in whole—

are now part of this Requirements Analysis and Design Definition.



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7.5 Define Design Options

New task in Requirements Analysis

and Design Definition which

incorporates 5.3 Determine Solution

Approach (v2.0 Enterprise Analysis

knowledge area), 7.1 Assess Proposed

Solution (v2.0 Solution Assessment

and Validation knowledge area), and

7.2 Allocate Requirements (v2.0

Solution Assessment and Validation

knowledge area)



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7.6 Analyze Potential Value and

Recommend Solution

New task in Requirements Analysis

and Design Definition which

incorporates 5.5 Define Business Case

(v2.0 Enterprise Analysis knowledge

area) and 7.1 Assess Proposed

Solution (v2.0 Solution Assessment

and Validation knowledge area)



Solution Assessment and Validation (Version 2.0 name) is now

Solution Evaluation (Version 3 name)

The version 3 knowledge area provides less focus on implementing a solution and

more focus on evaluating solutions.

The knowledge area includes content on evaluating whether value is being

delivered by a solution and discusses the business analyst's role in assessing what

is hindering an organization from receiving full value from a solution.

2.0 Task: Solution Assessment and

Validation



3.0 Task: Solution Evaluation



7.1 Assess Proposed Solution



7.5 Define Design Options and 7.6

Analyze Potential Value and

Recommend Solution (v3

Requirements Analysis and Design

Definition knowledge area)



7.2 Allocate Requirements



7.5 Define Design Options (v3

Requirements Analysis and Design

Definition knowledge area)



7.3 Assess Organizational Readiness



6.4 Define Change Strategy (v3

Strategy Analysis knowledge area)



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7.4 Define Transition Requirements



6.4 Define Change Strategy (v3

Strategy Analysis knowledge area),

2.3 Requirements Classification

Schema



7.5 Validate Solution



8.3 Assess Solution Limitations



7.6 Evaluate Solution Performance



8.5 Recommend Actions to Increase

Solution Value



N/A



8.1 Measure Solution Performance

New task that incorporates defining

solution performance measures and

measuring the actual performance



N/A



8.2 Analyze Performance Measures



N/A



8.4 Assess Enterprise Limitations

New task that identifies what, external

to the solution, may be preventing it

from delivering its expected value



Underlying Competencies

Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving

• NEW—Conceptual Thinking

• NEW—Visual Thinking



Behavioural Characteristics

• Ethics—removed

• Personal Organization—renamed and expanded Organization and Time

Management

• NEW—Personal Accountability

• NEW—Adaptability



Business Knowledge

• Business Principles and Practicesrenamed Business Acumen

NEWMethodology Knowledge

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New task that focuses on comparing

the actual value (solution

performance) against the expected

value



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Communication Skills

• Oral Communications—renamed Verbal Communication

• Teaching—moved to Interaction Skills

• NEW—Non-verbal Communication

• NEW—Listening



Interaction Skills

• Facilitation and Negotiation—split competencies and renamed Facilitation



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• NEW—Negotiation and Conflict Resolution



Software Applications (Version 2.0 name) is now

Tools and Technology (Version 3 name)

• General-Purpose Applications—renamed Office Productivity Tools and

Technology

• Specialized Applications—renamed Business Analysis Tools and Technology

• NEW—Communication Tools and Technology



Techniques

Name or Focus Change

• Benchmarking and Market Analysis (v2.0 Benchmarking)

• Data Dictionary (v2.0 Data Dictionary and Glossary)

• Glossary (v2.0 Data Dictionary and Glossary)

• Reviews (v2.0 Structured Walkthrough)

• Risk Analysis and Management (v2.0 Risk Analysis)

• Use Cases and Scenarios (v2.0 Scenarios and Use Cases)

• User Stories

• Workshops (v2.0 Requirements Workshop)



New Techniques

• Backlog Management

• Balanced Scorecard

• Business Capability Analysis

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Business Case

Business Model Canvas

• Collaborative Games

• Concept Modelling

• Data Mining

• Decision Modelling

• Financial Analysis

• Mind Mapping

• Prioritization



• Roles and Permissions Matrix

• Stakeholder List, Map, or Personas



Perspectives (NEW)

Perspectives are used within business analysis work to provide focus to tasks and

techniques specific to the context of the initiative.

Most initiatives are likely to engage one or more perspectives. The perspectives

included in the BABOKđ Guide are:

Agile,

Business Intelligence,

• Information Technology,

• Business Architecture, and

• Business Process Management.

These perspectives do not presume to represent all the possible perspectives from

which business analysis is practiced. The perspectives discussed in the BABOK®

Guide represent some of the more common views of business analysis at the time

of writing.

Perspectives are not mutually exclusive, in that a given initiative might employ

more than one perspective.



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Index



Acceptance and Evaluation Criteria 217



Solution 134, 157



Access to Information, Improve 154



Approve Requirements 76, 95



Adaptability 197



Architecture



Adaptability and flexibility 376

Adaptive 400

Agile Extension to the BABOK 368, 370,

372, 375, 376, 377



Business 408

Requirements 134, 148

Solution 385

Assess

Enterprise Limitations 164, 177

Requirements Changes 76, 91

Risks 100, 120

Solution Limitations 164, 173



Agile Perspective 368

Agile Team Leader 372

Alternatives, Define 262

Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving 188



Assumptions, Risks, and Constraints 235



Analytics, Prescriptive 386



Avoid Waste 184



Analyze

Current State 100, 103

Performance Measures 164, 170

Potential Value and Recommend



B



Backlog Management 220



Business Acumen 199



Balanced Scorecard 223



Business Analysis Core Concept Model™ 11,

12, 22, 54, 76, 101, 134, 164



Behavioural Characteristics 194

Benchmarking and Market Analysis 226

Brainstorming 227



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Business Analysis Information,

Communicate 54, 67



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A



Index

Business Analysis Key Concepts 3, 11



Business Knowledge Models 267



Business Analysis Performance

Assessment 29



Business Model Canvas 236

Business Outcomes 284



Business Analysis Performance

Improvements, Identify 22, 47



Business Policies 29



Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 4



Business process coverage 384



Business Analysis Planning

and Monitoring 21

Business Analysis Tools and Technology 213

Business Analytics Requirements 385



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Business Architecture Perspective 408



C



Business Process 284



Business Process Management

Perspective 424

Business Process Model and Notation

(BPMN) 319



Business Capability Analysis 230



Business Process Re-engineering 426



Business Cases 29, 234



Business requirements 16



Business Intelligence Perspective 381



Business Rules Analysis 240



Business Knowledge 199



Business Unit 284



Capabilities, Identify 154, 184



Component, Solution 284



Capability 138



Concept Modelling 245



Cause-Effect diagrams 285



Conceptual Data Model 256



Change 22, 55, 77, 101, 135, 165



Conceptual Thinking 192



Change Strategy, Define 100, 124



Conduct Elicitation 54, 61



Collaboration



Confirm Elicitation Results 54, 65



Communication 376

Games 243

Group 70

Knowledge Management Tools 212

Manage Stakeholders 54, 71



Conflict Resolution 210

Constraints 235

Constraints on the Solution 160

Context 22, 55, 77, 101, 135, 165



Collaboration and Knowledge Management

Tools 212



Continuous improvement 376



Collaborative Games 243



Creative Thinking 188



Collection, Data 335



Credible 298



Communicate Business Analysis

Information 54, 67



Current State, Analyze 100, 103



Communication

Skills 203

Tools 212

Tools and Technology 215

Verbal 204

Written 205

Communication and Collaboration 376

Communication, Non-Verbal 205

Component diagram 285



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Cost and time estimates 39



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