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Exam CBAP topic 1 question 325 discussion

Actual exam question from IIBA's CBAP
Question #: 325
Topic #: 1
[All CBAP Questions]

The business analyst (BA) is facilitating a requirements workshop with a large group of diverse stakeholders, some of whom are not entirely familiar with the goals and objectives of the project.
The BA must understand the business domain, corporate culture, group dynamics, and expected outputs to adequately communicate the __________.

  • A. change strategy.
  • B. requirements prioritization.
  • C. elicitation scope.
  • D. enterprise architecture.
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Suggested Answer: C 🗳️
Reference: IIBA BABOKv3 (68)

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OlivierPaudex
Highly Voted 1 year, 7 months ago
Answer is correct To understand the scope of elicitation (elicitation scope), the BA consider : - business domain - corporate culture - stakeholders who are involved (group dynamics) - expected outputs BABOK 4.1.4.1
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Inzaghi78
Most Recent 1 month, 1 week ago
Selected Answer: A
A. change strategy 1 . By having a deep understanding of the business domain and corporate culture, the BA can effectively communicate the rationale and purpose behind the proposed changes and align them with the overall strategy of the organization.
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Nonny1
1 year, 4 months ago
BABOK 4.1.4.1 Pg 58. Understand the Scope of Elicitation
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