Business Analysis Plan Template

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A Business Analysis Plan is the roadmap to all later business analysis tasks. It describes the scope of the work, which should include a Work Breakdown Structure, and may contain an Activity List with estimates for these activities. It may be a summary or detailed, depending on the size of the project.

This business analysis template contains the following sections:

  • Document information;
  • Overview
  • Assumptions;
  • Requirement Management Strategy;
  • Requirements Gathering Strategy;
  • Requirements Timeline;
  • Requirements Risk Approach;
  • Monitoring Requirements Progress;
  • Requirements Change Management Approach;
  • Glossary and;
  • Appendix.
It's a Word compatible template in .DOCX format. You can customise it to your needs and change the header and footer so that it is in sync with your companies document style.

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