Books and eBooks
Lean Requirements Definition and Business Analysis Techniques
Our richly illustrated books and eBooks offer many relevant examples that are understandable to anyone wearing the business analysis hat. They also contain links to additional online resources. Some of them even include access to online, interactive exercises and instant feedback.
Getting and Writing IT Requirements in a Lean and Agile World
Business Analysis Techniques for Discovering User Stories, Features, and Gherkin (Given-When-Then) Scenarios
Problem solvers are in demand in every organization, large and small, from a Mom and Pop shop to the federal government.
Increase your confidence and your value to organizations by improving your ability to analyze, extract, express, and discuss business needs in formats supported by Agile, Lean, and DevOps.
This book presents concrete approaches that take you from day one of a change initiative to the ongoing acceptance testing in a continuous delivery environment.
The authors introduce novel and innovative ideas that augment tried-and-true techniques for:
- discovering and capturing what your stakeholders need,
- writing and refining the needs as the work progresses, and
- developing scenarios to verify that the software does what it should.
Books Published by BA-EXPERTS
Kick-start Your Business Analysis Career and get all 7 BA-EXPERTS books on Business Analysis. Written for aspiring Business Analysts, and anyone tasked with defining the business needs or requirements for a future IT solution. By grasping these core Business Analysis (BA) concepts and skills, you can contribute significantly to successful IT projects regardless what your job title is.
Learn What BA Is, When To Do It in Agile and Waterfall SDM, and What Techniques Are in Use
Helping Stakeholders Discover and Define Requirements for IT Projects
Best Practices, Skills, and Attitudes for Requirements Gathering on IT Projects
Use Four Simple Rules to Improve the Quality of Your IT Requirements
As a User, I Can Express a Business Need in User Story Format To Get the IT Solution I Need
Simple Requirements Decomposition / Drill-Down Techniques for Defining IT Application Behaviors and Qualities