Can we do it? Should we do it? This template will help you construct a meaningful business analysis and feasibility study.
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Business analysis tasks will continue throughout the project duration, and beyond the conclusion of a project. Documentation helps with negotiation, assessing achievements, resolving disputes and evaluating project worth. This set of simple forms helps with recording business needs assessment through to business requirements analysis.
Planning business analysis activities helps reduce/eliminate conflicts and problems as BA work progresses and eventually develops into a project. Early planning and revisions will ensure BA plans stay relevant, recognized by stakeholders—and approved. Use this template to guide planning your BA tasks. Adapt this sample to your corporate needs prior to use.
Use this form to document the desired or future state for the business, its current state and identified gaps. An approval process may be instituted for stakeholders to accept this gap analysis/report, with procedures for the BA team to formulate solution options. Adapt this sample to your corporate needs prior to using the template. Use in conjunction with the Business Analysis: Solution Options Report.
Having identified business gaps (i.e., determined shortcomings and designed solutions), present the same as options that may resolve the gaps. This template guides reporting the solution options for deliberation post-gap analysis. Adapt this template to your corporate needs prior to using (e.g., include suggested approach to voting on the solutions). Use in conjunction with the Business Analysis: Gap Analysis Report.
Mission-critical projects need to be well-justified, with clear goals that can be referenced throughout the life of the project. This business case template offers an excellent approach to goal-setting and a way to communicate those goals effectively.
This checklist is intended to be a tool for departments who are completing business cases in order to help ensure that all factors have been considered when completing the template.
This document is intended to help individuals generating business cases to validate their work using historic project information. It is inspired by the article BI and the Portfolio: Improving Annual Planning.
The goal of this business case template is twofold: Clearly explain the project benefit to decision makers; and provide traceable, measurable and consistent data for benefit realization analysis after project implementation. This template has annotated instructions in blue to explain the intent or recommended use of the information. Organizations can adapt the template to their unique structure.
Use this template to keep track of crucial information for your Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) test report. This template includes sections for scope, acceptance criteria, assumptions, lessons learned and more.