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i Complimentary IIBA® Member Copy. Not for Distribution or Resale. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Purpose of the BABOK® Guide 1 1.2 What is Business Analysis…
Course Description This course covers what everything business people and managers need to know about accounting and finance. It is directed toward the businessperson who must have financial and accounting knowledge
www.smart-BA.com The Fundamentals of Business Analysis For example, there can be any number of drivers and visions for a project but if the wrong one(s) is identified
Customer Churn Models One of the problems facing telecom service providers is high rates of customer churn (report-edly in some cases 30 35% year on year).
2 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs—Checklist Check off the degree to which each characteristic on the list describes you and your management team.
Business Analysis Information: Hellenic American Union, 210-3680907, email@example.com CBAP® Preparation Course 28-30 March 2016 Business Analysis Fundamentals and Techniques 18-20 April 2016
1 Analysis of Business Models Slávik Štefan, Bednár Richard Abstract The term business model has been used in practice for few years, but companies create, define
A. Purpose of this document The Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is performed to identify the key business processes and technology components that would suffer the greatest financial, operational, customer, and/or legal and regulatory
Business impact analysis is the process of ﬁguring out which processes are critical to the company’s ongoing success,and understanding the …
Journal of Management and Marketing Research Management information systems and business decision making, Page 2 1. Introduction Information Systems can be conceptualized in terms of three types of systems: