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Modus, the method

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Opus, the product

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  • [[Thesaurus.Thesaurus|Thesaurus|:

Thesaurus, the terminology

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  • [[Syllabus.Syllabus|Syllabus|:

Syllabus, the spreading

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Corpus, the library

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Focus, the objectives and the organization

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Chorus, the community

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Apparatus, the tooling

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Opera, the operations

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Business Analyst

The role of the Business Analyst is to focus on the business, as opposed to the technology, side of things.

For clarification, please see the analysis / design entries in the Thesaurus.

In the enterprise methodology, Business Analysis and Business Architecture are positioned on the following aspects:
* political: how do you analyze and specify the objectives? Collect and formulate the requirements? Capture the vocabularies and derive knowledge?

  • semantic: how do you formalize the knowledge about the business fundamentals?
  • pragmatic: how do you describe and prescribe the enterprise activities?
  • geographic: how do you physically distribute these activities?

What Praxeme brings to business analysts:
* the main contribution is scoping, which refers to all techniques of expression prior to modeling;

  • Praxeme considers that responsibility for the semantic and pragmatic models falls to the analysts. This raises questions about modeling competences and the level of formalization required.

These subjects are discussed within the College of Mediators.

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