When business analysis professionals link their plan to the organization’s strategy, they get better results. Here’s how to accomplish this.
This blog is a summary of the article New Techniques Business Analysts Will Need to Leverage Post-Pandemic from the July issue of IIBA’s members e-magazine BA Lens.
So, you’ve gone Agile. You do daily scrums, retrospectives, and all the “right” Agile ceremonies. But still, your organization isn’t quite convinced that Agile is the answer. And while you
Hiring a business analysis professional not only enhances the company's operations but also simplifies interactions with customers.
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