Business systems play a vital role in the growth and survival of organisations in today's competitive business environment. An Introduction to Business Systems Analysis describes key problem-solving techniques and strategies for business professionals such as Business Analysts, Project Managers, Systems Analysts and Consultants.
This book will serve as a general text for any professional engaged in business analysis activities such as eliciting and analysing requirements, identifying priorities, improving processes, making decisions and measuring and benchmarking performance. The main analysis tools and techniques are described in detail with clear examples and exercises to explain the concepts involved. Using these powerful analysis tools will help anyone to improve their ability to solve problems, whether planning new business systems or improving existing ones.
"At a time when the role of the Business Analyst is so important to organisations, and the need for fully qualified Business Analysts so critical to that role, this book is perfectly timed to help achieve that objective."
Phil Chambers, The Business Analysts Association of Ireland
|Author||O'Loughlin, Dr. Eugene|
|Date of Publication||December 2009|
|Number of Pages||300|