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kills gaps are widening and role delineations in many professions are less clear with overlapping capabilities blurring the lines. According to a recent LinkedIn study, business analysis
IIBA recently hosted a webinar panel discussion, ‘Why Get Certified?’ that discussed the value of certification and what you need to know about it. The Q&A discussion was flooded with questions
By building business analysis capability, companies can save money.
Explore essential skills business professionals need on-the-job and resources to help you sharpen them.
Now is the ideal time to get a business analysis certification. Here are a few reasons why.
Simply put, Business Data Analytics is a set of techniques, competencies and practices applied to the continuous exploration, iteration, and investigation of business data in order to obtain
Top skills a business analysis professional should have. The BABOK Guide outlines many important techniques and soft skills that employers are looking for.
User stories are the most common way of representing requirements on an agile project. And it’s often a responsibility that falls on the business analyst or product owner assigned to create them.
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