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Imagine you are the CEO of a major organisation and you are faced with trying to understand the impact of imminent new legislation on your processes, people and technology. The CBAP is generally a daunting exam to sit.

When I consulted with the great oracle, Google, I never once came across a CBAP recipient who said that the exam was a walk in the park. It has a richer and more complete set of information about the practice of Business Analysis. Both points are good for the profession in our opinion.

Article: Differences Between Version 2 and Version 3 of the BABOK | IIBA

Most comparisons of the two versions cover the major changes and ours is no different. However, we begin with the familiar aspects of version 2 and how they change in version 3.


Part 1 features changes to Knowledge Areas and Tasks. First, most people are familiar with the KAs and their tasks, so it makes the jump to v3 a little less of a leap.

BABOK V2 vs. V3 – Comparing the Knowledge Areas – MVA Blog

Our view is that v3 is not as big a change as one might think when doing a KA to Vet comparison. Below is a table we compiled to show the differences in tasks.

There are now only 30 tasks compared with 32 in v2. Only nine task names are the same or roughly the same. This article does not cover details like inputs and outputs, and many of those names have changed from one release to the next.

Upon closer examination, though, the changes are actually not so dramatic. We can summarize a few observations. In short, BABOK version babk is better organized than its predecessor, and with refined KA and task names contains a structure that better reflects the practice of business analysis.

Model driven analysis – a way to work smarter Imagine you are the CEO of a major organisation and you are faced with trying to understand the impact of imminent new legislation on your processes, people and technology. Thursday, 04 June Version 2 – Taming the New – Guide Veer 1: Even though most KA and task names have changed, in many cases they are merely refinements rather than significant changes.


Enterprise Analysis has become Strategy Analysis, essentially broadening its scope. It now includes devising change strategies, transitions, and organization readiness. An important distinction has been made by IIBA between requirements and design, which boils down to the distinction between business needs and solutions to those needs.

BABOK V2 vs. V3 – Comparing the Knowledge Areas

Requirements — the usable representation of a need see our forthcoming article on the BA Core Concept Mode. Designs — usable representation of a Solution. Solution Assessment and Validation has been renamed as Solution Evaluation. There are three new tasks as the table shows. They were added to clarify the work of evaluating solution performance over its bbok including organizational constraints. That means 10 have been removed since there are now 30 tasks in all.

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