The PMI-PBA® Exam Practice Test and Study Guide attempts to address all your questions and concerns by providing two of the most sought-after study aids: memory maps and practice questions. The systematic use of memory maps helps aid in the efficient recall of information and can boost confidence during the exam. Well-crafted practice questions are fantastic study aids that can be used to track your progress as you learn new concepts, introduce you to the complex sentence structure that is likely to appear on the exam, and concentrate your studies by domain, essentially preparing you to pass the very challenging PMI-PBA® Exam in the allotted four hours.
In addition to study hints and exam topics, this book provides references to tools and techniques that should be incorporated into your work immediately. For each of the five domains outlined in the PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® Examination Content Outline 2013 (the ECO), twenty practice questions test your knowledge. Also included is a challenging 200-question practice exam, which is representative of the actual exam.
To enhance your studies, a timed, online simulated exam is also provided. At the end of the simulated exam, you can see your score per the number of questions you answered correctly. These exam questions are crafted to foster learning and reinforce content; they are not obscure or overly complicated, but rather are representative of the actual exam.
Knowing what to do must be translated into doing what you know. This book helps you prepare for the PMI-PBA® exam by instilling knowledge and encouraging critical thinking. As a result, the skills attained can lead to improved project success and outcomes, and you’ll have a much stronger understanding of the material, along with the tools and techniques of business analysis.
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Table of Contents
Overview of the Exam, Exam Application, and Taking the Exam.
Business Analysis Planning.
Requirements Elicitation and Analysis.
Traceability and Monitoring.
Brian Williamson is a Strategic Portfolio, Program and Project Management executive, with over 20 years of experience managing and implementing large scale Enterprise Software Applications. He holds certifications from the Project Management Institute in Portfolio Management (PfMP®), Program Management (PgMP®), Project Management (PMP®), Risk Management (PMI-RMP®), Schedule Management (PMI-SP®), Business Analysis (PMI-PBA®), and Agile (PMI-ACP®). Brian is recognized as an Expert in IT Service Management (holding numerous ITIL credentials); is certified in Six Sigma; and holds two Masters Degrees from Polytechnic University: Management of Technology, and Information Systems Engineering. Brian has extensive experience in the microverticals of Financial Management, Supply Chain Management, and Human Capital Management, spanning several industries. As a consultant, trainer and coach, Brian has mentored many industry professional, using his own material and methodology aligned to the PMI Standards and Practice Guides. Brian has also coauthored and contributed to a number of books on Portfolio and Project Management. He resides with his family in a small country town in Connecticut.