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Cross Functional Projects
Cross Functional Teams consist of people who work in more than one type of business function, i.e. Accounting and Marketing. As a Business Analyst, one of the first steps in educating yourself about your job is to get to know more about the functional units and roles of your employer or client, i.e. Accounting and Accounts Receivable Clerk. A highly effective Business Analyst should be able to document requirements from the perspective of, and in the language of, each functional team without losing the clarity or specificity of the requirements. In order to reach consensus on the business requirements and business processes, Business Analysts should schedule one-on-one meetings for each functional role to document current and future business processes and requirements. The Business Analyst should also facilitate all project team meetings in which the future state business requirements and business processes are iteratively reconciled between functional units and functional roles.

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