Digital Edition - Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Handbook

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The AgileBA® Handbook is intended to give useful, practical and comprehensive guidance on the role of the Business Analyst working in an agile way (the agile BA).

It also aims to give context to the Business Analyst role beyond the individual project, in relation to organisational mission and strategy, and to give additional depth and guidance for the Business Analyst role.

The guidance is presented within the framework of DSDM, an approach which defines the role of the project based Business Analyst, in relation to business, development and testing roles at all levels. However, the guidance is wider than this, with many generic and popular Agile techniques also included, where useful and appropriate to the Business Analyst.

The handbook is intended for use as an aid to those undertaking APMG International’s accredited Agile Business Analysis training or revising for personal certification in Agile Business Analysis.
 

This product is the PDF digital version of the AgileBA Handbook.

 A printed copy of the AgileBA Handbook can be purchased in our webshop here.


Important information:

If you purchase a PDF digital book, it will be emailed shortly after payment has been received. This is not an automated process and any orders received after 2.30pm will be sent the following day, or if after 2.30pm on a Friday, sent the following Monday.

If you are concerned that the PDF digital book is in a digital format that may not be adequate for use during an exam, it is recommended that you instead purchase a printed copy. No refunds will be offered for PDF digital versions once the PDF has been issued.

The PDF is for your sole use and must NOT be forwarded or shared.

All rights reserved. No part of the publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of the Agile Business Consortium. Applications to reuse, reproduce or republish material in this publication should be emailed to [email protected].