1 Which of the following elements of a SWOT analysis will be identified by an analysis of the external environment of an organisation? A Weaknesses and Threats. B Opportunities and Threats. C Strengths and Opportunities. D Strengths and Weaknesses.
2 In which of the following circumstances is competitive rivalry between firms likely to be high? A When the cost of leaving the industry is very low. B When buyers find it difficult to switch from one firm to another. C When there are few firms competing in the marketplace. D When the market is growing slowly or not at all.
3 A team of business analysts are following the business analysis process model. They have recently completed the stage which analyses the needs which have to be addressed. Which of the following represents the next stage of their work? A Consider perspectives. B Evaluate options. C Define requirements. D Investigate situation.
5 In which of the following lists are all three techniques used to document the outcomes of a workshop? A Use case diagram, task scenario, process model. B Brainstorming, brainwriting, round robin. C Interviewing, questionnaires, observation. D Document analysis, meeting record, stepwise refinement
6 Consider the following statements: a. Prototypes can be constructed using post-it notes. b. Prototypes can be developed in workshops. c. Prototypes have a heading, classification and data section. d. Prototyping is another term for protocol analysis.
Which of the following is correct? A Statements b and d are correct and statements a and c are incorrect. B Statements a and b are correct, statements c and d are incorrect. C Statements b, c and d are correct, statement a is incorrect. D Statements a and c are correct, statements b and d are incorrect.
8 Which of the following describes a business perspective? A The values and beliefs of a stakeholder about their business area. B The collective view of a business area about its direction. C The rational view of how the business area should be organised. D The management view of external and internal influences.