A Feature Tree is an RML Objectives model that shows the full scope of features for a project or product on a single page in a tree format. A feature is just a short form description of functionality provided by the project or product that brings value to the end user...
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Deep Dive Models in Agile Series: Feature Trees

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Candase Hokanson, Senior Product Manager, Seilevel

A Feature Tree is an RML Objectives model that shows the full scope of features for a project or product on a single page in a tree format. A feature is just a short form description of functionality provided by the project or product that brings value to the end user. The Feature Tree is great for bringing new people on a project up to speed and showing executives, business stakeholders, or customers all the features that are in scope for a project or release. 

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Who (or What!) Makes Your Operational Business Decisions?

Ronald G. Ross, Principal, Business Rule Solutions, LLC

Operational business decisions happen every minute of every day in your organization. You’d like to think that business managers can truly manage them. You’d also like to think that the results of those decisions are comprehensively correct, consistent, traceable, and repeatable (high quality). But are they? Based on real-life evidence I strongly suspect they often are not.

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Use Cases or Business Process Maps?

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Dmitry Zakharov, CBAP®

The list of business analysis techniques is pretty extensive and from year to year new techniques appear, or become more formalized. At times, business analysts are confused as to what techniques they should use.

Mainly this confusion is about two popular techniques - use cases and process maps. In this article I want to shed some light on the difference between process maps and use cases.

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“Alice in Wonderland”: Lessons to Learn From the “Mad Tea Party”!

Adam Alami, Sr. Business Analyst

An analyst must frequently contend with structure-less environments and relentless rejection, and the character of Alice highlights many desirable characteristics that constitute the makeup of a good business analyst. Having identified the value of the Mad Tea Party as a learning ground in the previous episode of this series, we will now examine some of the key lessons learned and how they are applicable to the work of the business analyst.

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