3 reasons why business data analytics play a key role in projects and program outcomes.
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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.
The need for business data analytics is on the rise, not in spite of COVID-19, but because of it.
Digital transformation and data analytics are driving demand for business analysis skills in non-traditional business analyst roles. Foundational skills remain key to laying the groundwork for a
Fintech is causing major disruptions in the financial services industry. Business analysis professionals can help organizations navigate these disruptions with ease.
Having the business analysis skills employers want can advance your career faster. Explore the top skills for agile, product ownership, cybersecurity, and business data analytics.
What opportunities are there in big data research for professionals looking for careers in business analysis? What shapes the uses of big data and analytics?
Business analysis belongs in Human Resources. By analyzing valuable data, HR departments can make evidence-based decisions.
Documenting requirements is a task of high importance as it’s the foundation phase that can lead to success in the other business analysis phases. A requirement document will be used in design,
How does your organization collect, share, mine and analyze data to inform your stakeholders? And how involved are business analysis professionals in your data analytics projects?