During Business Analysis planning and Monitoring, the discipline of Business architecture requires Business Analyst to understand the organization's.
- Strategy and direction,
- operating model and value proposition,
- Current business and operational capabilities,
- Stakeholders points of engagement,
- Plans for growth and planning process,
- capacity for change.
Once these elements are understood the business analyst can then develop an understanding of which architectural viewpoints are relevant to the analysis.
Followings are the Techniques use in PAM(Planning and Monitoring)
- Acceptance criteria
- Business capability Analysis
- Decision Analysis
- Functional decompostion
- Non-Functional requirements analysis
- Item tracking
- Metrics and KPI
- Organizational modelling
- Process modelling
- Risk Analysis
- Scope modelling
- Use cases and Scenarios
- User stories
These are all important techniques use in Planning and Monitoring.